Curated No. 4 & 5 is available as a bundle, regularly 10% off if you buy them together, but today through Sunday you get an additional 20% off as a special New Release discount (total 30% off!)! Woot! That is an incredible savings on this bundled kit. You can also buy no. 4 and no. 5 separately if you are interested in just buying one or the other. They are both also 20% off individually through this Sunday.
This is Curated No. 6, an extra five pages I designed that family with No. 4 & 5. It is also 20% off through this Sunday.
And guess what? Our original Curated No. 1 is 30% off through this weekend in celebration of these new Curated releases. These very handy Layered Templates are also on sale (20% off) - they are perfect for rounding out your album spreads. I used them when creating the album I shared with you yesterday. Some pages you might just want to have photos and that's all, and these layered templates will speed up the process of arranging those pages in Photoshop.
How it works: Ordinary yet beautiful objects have been gorgeously styled (or Curated), photographed, and then formatted into digital quick pages. You, then add your family photos, journaling a title (or more) and you have a completed page or album. The great thing about these quick pages is that most of the work has been done for you and your photos will blend seamlessly into these handcrafted layouts.
The End Product: Use the quick pages to create individual scrapbook pages or create a cohesive and complete album with the entire collection that you'll cherish for years to come! Do you create Project Life Albums? You can also print the individuals pages, slide them into page protectors and add them to your Project Life album.
Here are some layout examples to give you an idea of what all you can do with these Quick Pages!
A couple of favorite spreads from the album I showed you yesterday... I think Liz's chevron paper totally MAKES this album! I'm loving bold black and white patterns lately (I think they're popping up everywhere these days).
This was the very first layout I completed with this new kit and it's definitely my favorite. Who says boys can't do pink?
Some of my favorites by Liz. This first one is definitely my absolute fav (although I have many favs of hers!). I love how she used the location markers on the circles. So awesome.
On mine and Liz's pages above, the only elements we added (for the most part) were text and photos, letting the Curated designs do the rest of the work. But you can always add more elements that you already own if you'd like! Here are some examples of that... (artwork by Liz's talented Creative Team plus Ranie O'dell and Anna Backstrom)
Below, Ranie even added more photos to this layout. It originally only had three spots for photos, but if you are savvy with Photoshop, you can trick it into looking like there were more!
You can really add as little or as much as you want. If you want to put together a quick and easy album though, this kit is for you. Thorough instructions included. Only basic Photoshop knowledge needed.
WE HAVE A WINNER:
Candice, send me an email at thousandclowns AT gmail and I will send you Curated No. 4, 5 & 6! :D