Most scrapbook designers get a real buzz when someone who has used one of their products contacts them to say “Hey come and have a look at what I made with your product!”
Well I’m no different and so when Egel dropped me an email to point me to a layout she had posted at A Cherry on Top I was totally stoked.
Click on the Image to see the layout full size
And I particularly liked how Egel has coloured part of the word art so that it matches the colors in the rest of her layout. For me that’s one of the many joys of digital scrapbooking: being able to customize elements so that they coordinate with whatever layout you’re doing.
Anyway, full praise to Egel and if you have a liking for word art and haven’t signed up to my fortnightly Word Art Newsletter, why not put your details into the box at the top of this blog and you’ll receive my newsletter with a ramble from me, updates on Scraps of Mind and three pieces of original design word art for you to use in funky ways, such as Egel has.
And if you’d like to give it a go yourself, here is a video I made earlier this year showing you how to do it.
I actually recommend that rather than viewing the YouTube version, if you have a reasonably good Internet connection, you click on the High Resolution version which is much easier to watch than the YouTube one.