You did such a great job with this principle! I love the leaves peeking out of the corner. Thanks so much for being our guest, Pamela!
Project - DESIGN SCHOOL: She Rocked It
posted 08/23/11 at 11:09 AM
I am so happy to be a guest for the Design School series here at Two Peas. I did this layout to showcase the RHYTHM design principal.
The principle of rhythm is the idea of giving your page a sense of movement, you can do this with wavy lines, circles flowing across a page, or even with simple stripes (such as the keys on a piano).
You can see rhythm in several spots on my layout…in the hearts flowing in and out, or the strips of layered paper, or even in the journaling and title which flow down.
When trying to create rhythm on your pages I suggest you think about what you are wanting to get across. Rhythm on your pages can ADD to your story! For example, if you have a picture or a child–add your journaling in a way that makes it appear she/he is yelling it, or as in my example, the hike we took was filled with rocks and switchbacks, I made the hearts flow not directly across the page but as if they themselves came to a switchback. And the path we took was never level, so I varied the strips of paper up and down. Rhythm can add an idea or expression to your page and it's not hard to do! I hope you play along with the challenge, just remember, everyone's got a bit of rhythm in them! :)
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