A Designer's Eye for Scrapbooking

A Designer's Eye for ScrapbookingIn A Designer S Eye For Scrapbooking, Ali Shares Her Design Secrets On How To Create Attractive, Charming And Well Balanced Pages That Tell A Story And Reflect Your Unique Personality This Inspirational Guide To Scrapbook Page Design Will Teach You How To Preserve Your Memories In A Meaningful Way

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the A Designer's Eye for Scrapbooking book, this is one of the most wanted Ali Edwards author readers around the world.

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  • Hardcover
  • 172 pages
  • A Designer's Eye for Scrapbooking
  • Ali Edwards
  • English
  • 24 October 2017
  • 0615803040377

10 thoughts on “A Designer's Eye for Scrapbooking

  1. says:

    From the standpoint of a non graphics artist artist, I consider this book the bible of graphic design in 2 dimensional paper arts, particularly scrapbooking Contrary to what some may think, one needs a fairly well ingrained sense of the graphics art senses of proportion, balance and color in order to design and create a scrapbook page that pleases the eye Ali manages to teach these with a simple and basic set of rules, all well illustrated and easy to follow And if you are someone who already has taken the art courses and think they already know it, like me, this book still managed to retell it to me in a way that helped me understand it better A great book to read and one to keep for reference It is one of classics in my art reference library.

  2. says:

    I love Ali Edwards style, and just looking at her pages is a great inspiration What I love about her style is that it is timeless and her own I feel like I could look at this book again in five years and still find something fresh The fact that she focuses on the story, the pictures and the layout and not the product really makes it easy to transfer what she does to my own style, in scrapbooking, art journaling and journalingeven though this book focuses on scrapbooking.

  3. says:

    Ali Edwards does it again she provides inspiration and fun in her book, A Designer s Eye for Scrapbooking She shows the reader eye catching and fun ways to celebrate being a life artist I found myself having to put it down and go back to it SO many times, because I would get sudden bursts of inspiration

  4. says:

    Ali Edwards shows you how to achieve balanced looking scrapbook pages with her fresh, modern approach What I love best about her style is her claim that the most important thing to document is your everyday life and that it s wonderful to use your own handwriting, fuzzy pictures, and stuff you collect during a normal day or week.

  5. says:

    Ali s approach to using patterned paper she did write a sequel on just that topic while still maintaining a clean layout is just amazing Love her use of square punches It made me bring all my punches out and contemplate their use in a linear approach I turn to this book over and over again for ideas.

  6. says:

    In the end, this book read like a catalogue of the author work I enjoyed the design, but didn t feel I learned very much.

  7. says:

    Decent ideas, but not everyone s life fits in a little box like this.

  8. says:

    Read to this one now and really enjoying it I love writing style and everything Describe in this book.

  9. says:

    This book has great ideas for Scrapbooking but I have found it much easier to create my Memory Books or Story ScrapBooks Digitally with HeritageMakers at www.yourstorybooksonline.com Absolutely no cutting gluing pasting and big scrap books sitting on shelves but rather beautiful hardcover library quality books And it costs less too at an average of 20.00 per scrap book page plus all those containers to hold all those supplies Izzsh I have access to over 40,000 templates and embellishments So my suggestion is make your Photo Books and do storybooking at www.yourstorybooksonline.com and it is FREE to Join 2gb of free photo storage and unlimited with premier membership

  10. says:

    This book was published in 2004 and is beginning to show its age especially in the style of layouts Ali s style has changed quite a bit since then It is still a good resource, though, for the information presented there I like how she talks about communicating her vision in her scrapbooks I love her idea of foundations and filling the compartments of your page with photos and embellishments It makes good design understandable and very doable I can t wait for her new book It is on my Christmas list, and I hope to get it then.

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