Scrapper's Style no. 5: The Free Spirit
Scrapper's Style no. 5: The Free Spirit
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Scrapper's Style no. 5: The Free Spirit

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"The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance." - Aristotle

How We Describe the Style
Busy • Artsy • Unconventional • Unexpected • Textured • Controlled Chaos • Full • Layered

Free Spirit Style Decoded
Drawn to the unconventional and unexpected, scrapbooking for you is the art of playful creation. You push past perfectionism and relish a highly-intuitively, artistic, creative process.

The first rule of a Free Spirit is: You have NO rules. There’s no pressure to highlight your photos so you’re free to unwind, go wild and try everything. 

Your pages are textured, full, layered and messy in a controlled chaos kind of way. Absent of whitespace, your love of paint, texture, and colors contribute to the artsy feel of your pages. A page doesn’t feel complete without digital stamps, ink splatters, grungy brushes, and hand-drawn doodles.

Visually your page design comes second to the emotion, mood, and feeling you want to convey on your page. It’s your opportunity to open your right brain and see what it wants to say regarding how you feel and what you’ve experienced.

What's Inside
The Free Spirit Style Guide digs deep into the core methods, skills and techniques other Free Spirits use to:

  • Art journaling & the practice of self-expression
  • Mixed media
  • Applying a no-rules approach to digital scrapbooking

The Style Guide shares how to leverage the super power of Mastering Happy Accidents.