Scrapbook Technique: Using Negative Space as a Journlaing Spot.

Joannie McBride, online editor

In the Mar/Apr 2013 issue of Creating Keepsakes magazine, we feature scrapbook ideas to Accentuate the Negative space on your layouts (page 67). This article is filled with tips on how to use negative space to create  positively amazing scrapbook pages!

For instance, Mou Saha shares a journaling technique with readers.

 

Tip Use the negative portion of a cut-out shape from a photo to create a unique journaling spot. Love this!

Today, Forever by Mou Saha, as seen in the Mar/Apr 2013 issue of Creating Keepsakes magazine.

Here’s How:

Step 1: Cut the subject from a photo.

Step 2: Back the negative space with paper or cardstock, and write your journaling inside the frame.

Close-up of journaling.

For even more great tips and ideas on how to use negative space in creative ways, be sure to check out the Mar/Apr 2013 issue of Creating Keepsakes magazine, on sale now.

 

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6 Responses to Scrapbook Technique: Using Negative Space as a Journlaing Spot.

  1. Jodi Stuber says:

    what a great idea.. love the effect it gives :) thanks for the tip!

  2. Nirupama says:

    Such an awesome technique! The journaling is so heartwarming too :)

  3. Keri says:

    Oh, I LOVE this technique from Mou Saha…so clever, so easy, such a cool look!

  4. Bonnie says:

    This is such an awesome idea!

  5. wow that is so cool.. I love this idea.. thanks for sharing..

  6. Katie B. says:

    Awesome idea for journaling!!! Love this, and you always do the most awesome layouts!! Thanks for sharing.

    Katie B.

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