|Posted: 3/9/2013 2:22:40 PM|Have you made a layout with an interactive element on it. Something that will surprise the person looking at it?
I made this:
For more details look here
Have you made an interactive layout? I'd love to see. Add your links!
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|Posted: 3/9/2013 6:16:16 PM|
Yes, just a landscape type card with a pic inside. I don't have a pic yet. It's one of the only ones I have done because I'm not super crazy about cutting my page protectors.
|Posted: 3/9/2013 7:02:54 PM|I love love love this layout! I love your work.. And look foward to seeing it each week in the videos or gallery! I also voted for your layout from your last thread!! I hope you and your hubby win! I think your LO was the best out of all the runners! Good luck
|Posted: 3/10/2013 5:35:39 AM|Hi Lilith,
Great thread! I love surprise layouts.
I made this layout a couple of weeks ago with an interactive element. There is space for five different journalling tags. There are more pics on this blog post: http://scrapsofmymind.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/nanny-mcphee-inspired-me-and-giveaway.html
My blog post link
Loc: Toronto, Ontario
|Posted: 3/10/2013 8:24:13 AM|
Nice layouts! I've done quite a few that are interactive! They're fun!
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|Posted: 3/10/2013 10:23:08 AM|
I've done several in the past, I really enjoy doing them. One layout had a matted panoramic, then underneath had more photos. Another had the journaling hidden in a long 12x1" panel at the bottom. Another has a line of wallets with a lift up that shows a full sized photo of the same subject. Others have journaling tags behind the photos.
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|Posted: 3/10/2013 10:42:07 AM|I have a few. I mostly do this sort of thing with memorabilia. This is my favourite: Window seat views
The pass flips either open to see the details, or out of the way to see the guide behind it. That guide has a map on it that can also be folded out... all with out taking the layout apart (though you'd need to take it out of the page protector because I didn't want to cut out a chunk that big out of the page protector).
|Posted: 3/10/2013 10:49:44 AM|
Gorgeous layouts girls
|Posted: 3/10/2013 11:29:46 AM|
These are amazing. So many great ideas!
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|Posted: 3/10/2013 11:45:50 AM|I've done many with hidden journaling or photos. Recently I did a couple using some of the ideas from Shimelle's 4*6 Photo Love class (available for free on Two Peas).
The paper the photos are on in this one opens to reveal two more photos and journaling: Art Museum
Hidden journaling in an envelope: About me
and two using methods Shimelle's class: 1 and 2