Last week the subject was levels and I shared a few quick tips to add some pizazz to your photos. This week I thought we’d take a look at curves. Unfortunately, my PC has been to the hospital and my internet connection is on the blink. Watch next week for a quick look at curves and how you can adjust a not so great photo in just a few seconds. It is Wow Me Wednesday though so I went looking for something to share and I found some great layouts in the Gallery. I find some of my best inspiration in the gallery. I am amazed at how creative someone can get with a kit and I love seeing someone use a kit in a way that would never have occurred to me.
I’m an ancestry buff so heritage pages always catch my eye. This page by the51mom was no exception. It’s beautifully simple and elegant and that clustering is amazing. She used Life is a Gift by Feli Designs.
I also thought this page by pkdoll was worthy of a double take. I admit pink is not a color that I gravitate to but this one stopped me. Love her use of the frames and the pocket effect on this page. Of course, who wouldn’t stop to take a 2nd look at the darling little face? Made using Lay a Little Egg by LouCee Creations (on sale right now too)
Finally, this page by kpmelly is one of my all time favorite types of layouts. I rarely use a photo without a frame. I’m not sure why but I think I honestly just don’t think of it until I see what someone else has done and then I make a mental note to do that next time. I really like the way this page flows from top to bottom. There are plenty of elements but there’s no clutter. It’s fun and sassy and I love that vintage feel even though the photos don’t seem to be that old. This page is made with Waiting by BooLand Designs. It’s on sale too for a short time for 40% off.
If you hit a tough spot in your scrapping and need some inspiration there is no better place to start than right here in the gallery. You’re sure to find something that sparks an idea or inspires you to reach a little farther on your scrap booking journey. Don’t be shy about adding your own pages too. You never know when your own page will be the one someone needs to move that photo along to the next generation.