Summer School 2018: Repetition
One of our perennial favorites around here is our Summer School series. Understanding and internalizing different design concepts allows you to bring your ideas to life. With a little practice, these ideas will quickly become intuitive, leading your card designs to come together with minimal effort. Over the course of this week, we’ll bring you videos and projects designed to help you understand these basic principles and incorporate them into your own crafting.
Repetition reinforces a theme within your projects. Switching things up — either by introducing another color or including an unexpected element into a recognizable pattern, keeps the overall look interesting.
Today’s instructor is My Favorite Things Design Team member Karolyn Loncon. Click HERE or simply watch the video below to learn two different ways that Karolyn put repetition to work in her card making.
Both stamps and Die-namics are ideal for achieving the principle of repetition and Karolyn has shared some great tips for ensuring the repeated elements are properly aligned…is your mind swirling with potential designs?
This week you’re the student, and instead of grades, we’ve got prizes! Using today’s lesson, create a project that exemplifies what you learned and upload it using the link below.
All entries must be submitted by noon EDT on July 12. Winners will be announced here on the blog on Friday, July 13.As a Summer School student, you have three ways to win:
- To be eligible to win a $25 voucher: Complete today’s homework and upload an image via InLinkz on today’s post. Winners will be chosen randomly from each day’s InLinkz entries.
- To be eligible to win a $15 voucher: Subscribe to our YouTube channel and comment on today’s video. Winners will be chosen randomly from comments on the YouTube video.
- To be eligible to win the $100 Grand Prize: Graduate from Summer School: Session 1 by completing all five days of homework (via the InLinkz on each blog post). One random winner will be chosen for the week!
We can’t wait to see all of your beautiful creations!