We were so excited for the launch of our new Title Builder products, but even more exciting is seeing what our design team is creating with them! Let’s take a look at the stunning page that Maggie Massey created.
Hey everyone! It’s Maggie back again with a look at a page I’ve created using the BRAND NEW Title Builder Bundle!
Seriously—where have these products been my whole life?
With just the words & phrases available in the Title Builder Stamp, you can create a TON of titles for every kind of page imaginable! Add in the Title Builder Alphabet Stamp, the Wood Veneer, and Acrylic, then BOOM! You’re set for anything!
Supplies | Title Builder Bundle, Live Laugh Love 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack, Live Laugh Love 12″ x 12″ Paper Collection, Live Laugh Love Enamel Dots, Puffy Heart Stickers
I started my page knowing that I wanted to add a number of photos; each one a different part of my story. I printed and punched each one and then punched out white cardstock & patterned paper from the Live Laugh Love 6″ x 6″ Paper Stack as well, to act as mattes for the pictures.
Then I moved the photos around until I was happy with their arrangement.
Next, I got started on my title. This was the fun part.
I wrote down a number of possible combinations before I got started stamping and when I found a combination I loved, I inked up my stamps and set to work! I knew where I wanted the title to be on my page, but I wasn’t exactly sure how I wanted it to look. So I stamped the first word—CAPTURING—in black with a pink shadow, and just went from there. Using different stamping techniques, like shadowing, and different stamp pad colors, like the ombre pad I used for the word “YOU” makes for such an amazing title, which you can vary from layout to layout!
I figured if I didn’t like the way something looked, I could just start over. But I didn’t have to! I love the way my title turned out and I love how the different typefaces, sizes, and textures of the words give my page a fun, eclectic look.
And the hardest part was choosing which of the amazing titles I wanted to use…