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My creative process with Highways and byways pack


Today I have prepared for you another post with my creative process.
I used the highways and byways template,  Fave kit from Digital Design Essentials and DXP Free app to get double exposure effect on my photo (I used this tutorial)

 It's time to start:

1. First I chose the photo. I knew I wanted to use this particular one for the beginning for more artistic look. It was also the moment to choose the background paper and simple word arts.

2.When I knew which background I wanted to use I started experimenting with some other paper layers.

3. at that point I clipped all paper layers and I was ready to start with elements.

4. I don’t know about you but I’m splash and brushes addict and I’m more than happy when kit designers add them in their products. They can be sure I will use them in my page! 

5. These butterflies made me want to use this kit. I added them right away after adding the brushes. I tried different shadows styles as I wanted to achieve the realistic look. 

6. Did I have enough of paint splash? No, I didn’t. I wanted even more artistic look so I added some more. Then I found some ribbons and stitching that draw my attention.

7. I always add the final – big word arts at the very end of the whole creative process. The with you word art was used from one of the CT wordarts pack from the lilypad. Sharpening and my page is ready!
You may ask why I haven’t added more elements. Normally I would but my aim was to  draw attention to the photo so I left the rest quite classic without to many elements. The pattern papers added the funky look to the page so I didn’t want to use to many elements. Hope you like it.

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