Scraplift the August DSP Member Spotlight – Joan
This month’s DSP Member Spotlight is ebears
– aka – Joan
Joan describes herself as “An easy going person who is happy to take things as they come.”
A philosophy that clearly works well for her, as she carries it through to her digi-scrapping saying: “There is no planning in my LO's - I just do what feels right at the time. It usually takes a couple of hours to do.” I think you will agree that “no planning” has never looked so good… as a glance at her inspirational gallery will show!
Joan says her inspiration comes from looking at other layouts in the gallery, and she mostly finds her starting point with a photograph and then looks for a kit that will match.
With regards to her favorite layout, Joan says: “All my LO's are favourites while I am doing them. But the one that stands out is off my grandson titled
I Am Legend
Joan's Five layout picks:
Thank you Joan for sharing your talent with DSP Members as the August 2011 DSP Member Spotlight. Once you have visited Joan’s Gallery
and been inspired, join the Scraplift the DSP Spotlight Challenge for your chance to win a lucky draw DSP Store Voucher.
SCRAPLIFT THE SPOTLIGHT CHALLENGE
Choose one of those gorgeous layouts and "lift" it! Copy it, giving our Spotlight credit, and add your own photos, kit of your choice, journaling. Make it your own but inspired by her!!
Post a link to your scraplift layout in this thread and tell us which of Joni’s layouts you scraplifted, and you could be a random winner of a DSP store coupon!!
Layouts Due by the end of August!
What is SCRAPLIFTING?
A scraplift is basically the act of copying ideas and designs from another persons layout to use in your own pages. Designs or ideas can be copied in whole or in part - You can take the whole thing, or just some aspects of the layout, and use it to make your own.
You may not copy the persons layout picture, erase portions and submit it as a scraplift. The idea is not to erase bits of another persons layout, but to use it for inspiration - like a sketch. You create a layout using the original as a guide - using a kit (either the same one they used or a different one) and your photos and journaling.
In your description, give credit to the person and layout you scraplifted.