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Friday, February 6, 2009

Say it with Word Art 9 comments  
   
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a Digital CT reveal

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but it takes only a few simple words to emphasize the mood and theme of a layout. Word Art is a powerful product in scrapbooking, whether used as a complimentary element in the background or as the focal piece of a layout. Word Art is becoming increasingly popular, with multiple font styles and sizes compiled into a single, repetitious block of text being the hottest trend today. Take a look at these stunning layouts from our Digital Creative Team, showing a multitude of ways to use word art on your layouts.

-by nun69
Angie tinted the word art to match the colors of her layout. She also created her own similar word art by repeating her sons name in different font styles.

-by Themom, February Guest CT member
M'Lee used 3 different pieces of word art on her page to get one great look. Words bordering the page do double duty as both a frame and journaling. By combining 2 pieces of similarly themed word art, she also created a unique page element.

-by dianagirly
You don't have to feel limited by pre-designed word art, as Diana shows us with this layout. She used two different word arts and even re-colored the text to suit her layouts theme.

-by Smiley-Scrap8
Ronny designed her own unique word art to fit her theme, by layering words in different colors and font styles. Her word art becomes both title and journaling for the page.

-by mayerkt
With a few simple embellishments accenting the word art, and a softly blended photo, Karin's layout allows the word art to be the dominant element.

-by janello
Janell used a repetition of word art designs to emphasize the overall feeling of extreme love for her darling little girl.

-by Art_Teacher
Laura used a simple, gray-scale block of word art to balance her other page elements and also serve as both title and journaling for her layout.

-by FairyMouseMom
Word art can help influence a layouts theme when using basic photos or other elements. Here, Egle uses an everyday photo of herself and pairs it with word art that expresses feelings or hopes she has at that moment.
Dreams

-by Keling
Sara's layout shows that word art doesn't have to be a small accent on the page, rather it can be a larger focal pint of your layout, even creating an eye catching background.

-by davsar
Sometimes you find you couldn't say it better. The word art used on this layout is exactly the sentiment Sarah wished to express.


If you're in the mood for some word art, here are a few that were used on these reveal layouts....

  
   



Posted by MamaK321

Reader Comments ...
crisdam . FL
2/11/09 6:17 am
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Great work! love them all :)

Janell . Indiana
2/8/09 1:51 pm
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Loved the way the article was done Kristi! I also loved all the word art layouts!

2/8/09 1:15 pm
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wow.. so inspiring.. love it all

writerlady . Southeast Connecticut
2/8/09 1:07 pm
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Great job with the word art, ladies!

2/8/09 12:09 pm
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Great article! Love all the word art-fab layouts!

2/7/09 7:58 am
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Great article and wonderful LOs!!

2/7/09 4:08 am
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great article Kristi and FAB LO's ladies!!!

Sus79 . Denmark
2/6/09 5:04 pm
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Wonderful pages everyone!

2/6/09 6:17 am
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Great article, Kristi! Fabulous layouts, ladies!