Sometimes it’s a product or patterned paper that inspires you and not the photo. Print your photos in black & white if you are really excited to use a particular product. When your photo is black & white, it becomes more neutral allowing you to use ANY colour combination!
If the colours are different in two photos but you’d like to combine them on one layout, a simple solution is to print the photos in black & white. Sometimes printing in black & white also helps with a grainy photo.
Today is the last of the scrapbooking tip series. If you’d like to revisit them all and print them out as a reference you’ll find them all here.
Todays layout is one I created a little over a year ago. I LOVE this photo of my kids and think it’s even more beautiful in black & white. There are some photos that just work better in black & white. Give it a try – print your photos in black & white!
I hope that you enjoyed the 31 days of scrapbooking tips. If you’d like to revisit them from the beginning you can start here.
Have a creative day!