This week, I'm changing things up a bit and doing a reversal on the Pixel to Paper concept. Instead of using digital design to inspire my paper scrapping, I'm using my a paper layout to inspire my digital designs.
My paper layout highlights an Instagram I shared on Twitter a few weeks ago. This particular photograph documents an event that has been three years in the making – Shawna and Baxter cuddling together! I always knew they’d be pals, I just had no idea it would take this long for them to snuggle up with one another.
PRODUCT CREDITS: Patterned Papers [October Afternoon, Studio Calico, Fancy Pants, Cosmo Cricket] + Label Sticker [Paper Source] + Buttons [October Afternoon, vintage findings] + Mists [October Afternoon, Studio Calico] + Felt Blooms [Green Horned Unicorn]
The photo was taken one afternoon while I was lounging on the sofa. Baxter likes to lay on my legs when I’m all stretched out. So does Shawna. When Shawna beat Baxter to the punch on this particular day, B was not about to be outdone. He promptly walked up and wedged himself against the dog. I think he was actually hoping she’d move. But, she was equally as stubborn, so there they sat, side-by-side. Regardless of how it went down, I’m so excited that they actually CUDDLED!
Next up, is my digital layout which, as you can see, is heavily based upon my paper layout. Even the colors of the papers and elements are quite similar.
PRODUCT CREDITS: Patterned Papers + Elements [Biografitti, One Little Bird & Paislee Press - Epic Collaboration] + Frame [Anna Aspnes]
The photograph was taken during Molly and Greg’s Rehearsal Dinner back in November. I love how Nate and Caden are both rocking the spikey-messy hairdos while wearing almost matching shirts. It was too cute of a photo op to pass up!
I’ve noticed I’ve really been into the more muted blue, orange, green color pallet as of lately. It’s so fall like, yet I find myself sitting here in February, very drawn to it. What is your current color obsession?