Apr 7, 2015

LESSology Challenge #46: Creative inspiration of Yvonne Yam

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Mixing fonts is a great way to add visual interest to any project. Consider mixing up the fonts and showcasing your fave quote on a wall hanging or use different fonts to convey playfulness like in design team member Yvonne Yam's layout for LESSology Challenge #46: Typeface.

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I love using different fonts on my layout as a design element. It is also a great way to use little bits of scraps leftover from previous projects.

The base of my layout was residual mists from a previous project pressed onto a sheet of watercolour paper. I strategically used "ruined" [you know, victims of artistic mishaps..*winks*] journal cards by tucking them behind photos to help"frame" them and create visual interest. Some twine from packaging was looped around a tag for textured interest.

I went with printed fonts on patterned papers, fonts on stickers as well as my own handwriting.

The word "enjoy" was cut out from a piece of American Crafts patterned paper and outlined with a white pen to make the word "pop" a little more. 

Let's see how creative you can get for LESSology Challenge #46: Typeface.

1 comment:

Lizzy Hill said...

and....your own writing is so lovely!!! LOVE it....love this:):)