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I am so incredibly excited and humbled to be among these talented ladies!
We're each covering a design principle from the new Card Design Handbook, and my principle is LINE. We're showing how using the principle enhances a card. So, here is my "good" card that doesn't incorporate line:
I picked the principle of line because it's probably the principle I violate the most (i.e., I often don't ground my people/objects when I make graphic cards). Yes, I'm a crafting rebel. It made such a difference to use a line to ground the guitar player:
If you don't have the Card Design Handbook yet, I can't say enough good things about it. The issue is packed with fab projects and great design tips...it's like the coolest textbook ever.
You can win a copy of the Card Design Handbook by commenting on each of the designers' blogs. To enter, please leave a comment on this post (through August 28th) for a chance to win.
Next on the hop is the incredible Angeline. Be sure to hop all the way to the Paper Crafts' blog--I hear there are some terrific prizes!
Thanks for looking!
Cardstock: (turquoise) Bazzill
Other Paper: (premium matte photo paper) Office Max
Patterned Paper: (from It's a Boy's Life) Echo Park
Digital elements: (guitar player, cassette tapes from Boyfriend Candy Candy) Cosmo Cricket
Font: (MGOpen Moderna)