Hey there, CK & Me fans! It’s time again to take a look at how you’ve been inspired by the scrapbook pages in Creating Keepsakes magazine. As you know, we love this feature on our blog. It’s so fun to see how you take an idea and make it your own—what a creative bunch of readers we have. Let’s dive right in to the CK & Me fun!
As soon as Ashley Horton saw this page, she knew it belonged in her “To-Scraplift” category. And scraplift, she did. Check out how she took Suzy’s basic design and made it her own by changing the colors used and the position of her photos. Well played, Ashley!
Catherine Oakley was taken in by Amy’s use of flowers down the side of the layout. She likes the movement this adds, so she created a similar down the side of her bright page. By changing up the colors and types of accents used, she quickly transformed a feminine page into an adorable page about her handsome (and silly) son! Great work, Catherine!
Sindi Jeffers loved Maggie’s misted background technique and couldn’t wait to try it for herself. As you can see from her stunning page, she’s got this technique mastered! We really like the way she’s lightened the color saturation on her photos to complement the soft look the mist creates. Bravo, Sindi!
What an impressive group! Thanks for submitting your work, ladies. For being featured on our blog this month, you’ll each receive a free special issue of Creating Keepsakes. Yay!
Do you want your own free magazine? Send your CK & Me layouts to email@example.com with “CK & Me” in your subject line. Please include the issue and page number where your layout inspiration can be found, along with a note that details how you were inspired by the page. If your page is featured on our blog, we’ll send a free magazine your way.
Now, please join me in congratulating these ladies on a CK & Me job well done! We love what they’ve done and can’t wait to see what you have up your creative sleeves soon.
Megan Hoeppner, creative editor