White space is an important principle of design. White space is nothing. White space is the absence of text and graphics. It breaks up text and graphics. It provides visual breathing room for the eye. Add white space to make a page less cramped, confusing, or overwhelming. White space is definitely important in scrapbooking and this week our designers will show you how to effectively use white space. Allison Waken and Monika Głód have projects using white space to start off the week:
Supplies: Remember Paper (35925) - Yes, Please, Novelty Paper (35974) - Lucky Charm, Wishing Well Paper (35961) - Lucky Charm, Sunny Savannah Paper (35910) - My Girl, Cute Chloe Paper (35905) - My Girl, Trinket Printed Chipboard (42392) - Thickers, Trinket Printed Chipboard (42391) - Thickers, Genuine Dimensional Stickers (42368) - Remarks, Flag and Label Stickers (42393) - Lucky Charm Remarks, Black Foam (53455) - Thickers, Document Wooden Alphabet Stamps (59173) - Stamp
Supplies: Acrylic Stamp (59178) - Lucky Charm, Capture Stencil Kit (63070) - Yes Please, 5x7" Card White (71338) - Cardstock
Supplies: Lounge Fest Paper (35786) - Ready Set Go, Dress Code Paper (35784) - Ready Set Go, Die Cut Cardboard Shapes (85589) - Bits, Cute Overload Tiny Matte Puffy Stickers (42253) - Remarks, Hey There (59224) - Clear Stamps, Yes, Please (76231) - Spiral Daybook, Document (76235) - Spiral Daybook, Metal Disc Mix (85590) - Flair, Jingle White (53438) - Thickers, Puffy Snowflake Stickers Iceplum (42276) - Remarks, High Line Park Paper (35831) - Soho Garden, Hudson Square (85608) - Bits, XOXO Clear Stamps (85614) - Stamps, Denim (71073) - Cardstock, Ash (71078) - Cardstock
More White Space projects coming up first thing tomorrow! Take care!