digi layout | hybrid card

Meghan Mullens of Wild Dandelion Designs at Sweet Shoppe Designs has offered a freebie for all you scrapbooking fans and today our W.C.S. design team is sharing how to use digital Meghan's elements in both full digital layouts as I've done with my example and in hybrid format. I am not in any sense of the word a digi scrapper, so that just shows you that even those of us that have a low skill level can still use digi elements to their fullest.

I reduced the opacity of the background paper, added a circle element to the top left of the page {at full opacity} and added one of the patterned papers inside the circle to create my own digital embellishment to anchor the gingham bow, which is included in the kit. The thin line frame around the photo and the page were items I added. That cute cloud embellishment that comes with the kit? I used it as a journaling spot, rotating it and placing it beneath the photo layer. Pupcat is the name of the font I am using.

To showcase the beauty of using digital elements in a printed form, I made a very simple card using the add-on word art in the kit and fussy cut around the bracket shape   before adding it to some Momenta cardstock while mimicking the colors of the rainbow by tying several strands of baker's twine from The Twinery around the bracket.

I hope you'll download the freebie and try your hand at some digital and hybrid projects soon. If I can do it, you can too! Head over to Write.Click.Scrapbook. {where you'll also see two layouts by Marnie Flores} for the freebie and to enter the giveaway for two gift certificates to Meghan's shoppe!

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