July VP #2

artgalstyle

Designing Ninjas
I have a wonderful White Space Challenge for you now. I know this can be a challenge for some of us so I have some examples to get your creative juices flowing. Remember that making a pleasing composition is half the challenge. Rearrange them on your page until they look Fabulous! I know you can do it.
Here is Mine.

20 07 Love Not Hate.jpg

tam65 from our gallery

20 07 -June-the-toe_tam65.jpg

wombat146 from our gallery

20 07 KEY-TO-MY-HEART_wombat146.jpg

glitterQueen from our gallery

20 07 My-Heart-to-glitterqueen.jpg

Also you can put things on the sides or the middle.

Here are the requirements that must be met for all PDW Challenges to receive points:
1. To receive points you must use at least one item from a Plain Digital Wrapper Designer- You can use retired PDW products, freebies, and store collabs. BUT the designers have to be still active (except in the case of collabs)
2. Be a new layout created for this challenge.
3. Be only entered in 1 challenge category.
4. Upload your layout to the Variety Pack Challenge Gallery and post the link and photo in this thread.
5. Your page must be posted by the last day of the month in order to receive points.

You will receive one Wrapper for completing the challenge and a Bonus Wrapper for using ALL PDW products if you keep track in the It's a Wrap Thread!!
Those add up quickly-and 20 points will get you a $5 gift certificate to the PDW store
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Tbear

Well-Known Member
I'm in and thanks for the examples.
I remember a few years ago a very talented scrapper who mastered the white space genre said to our group:
Just place whatever you want on the page then start removing what isn't necessary. What you have left is a pleasant white space layout.
It works.
 

artgalstyle

Designing Ninjas
I'm in and thanks for the examples.
I remember a few years ago a very talented scrapper who mastered the white space genre said to our group:
Just place whatever you want on the page then start removing what isn't necessary. What you have left is a pleasant white space layout.
It works.
That is great advise.
 

G.J.

Well-Known Member
Love white space and minimalist style layouts, it's not easy for me to do, because I've the tendency to put more and more, lol. So here's mine, full credits in gallery. Wishing you a wonderful weekend <3
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