Subway Art, n. 1. Placing and arranging related words, in random fonts to form art. 2. A collage of words.
Whatever you want to call it, here's my first attempt at creating it!
I started with a plain white 9" x 12" frame I purchased at Michael's and papers and stickers from Doodlebug's Lovebirds Collection. I then used my Silhouette to cut the words from the background. I wanted some dimension, so I used the negative space from the words, and backed them with some of the more colorful papers. For some of the words, I re-cut the word itself and popped it up using foam tape.
To jazz up the frame, I outlined it in some Stone and Strawberry Twinery Twine and added a couple of the stickers from the Lovebirds Collection.
I was very happy with the results! It's really was a fun project to create! Make sure to stop by the Right at Home Scrapbooking blog to check out the other Valentine's projects! I'll be back soon with a peek of the Layout for RAH's Layout Workshop.
I love this! Very cute, Kathy! :)ReplyDelete
I love this - so cute and creative!!!ReplyDelete
This is fabulous!!! I love your take on Subway art!!! Did you use fonts to cut the words or cut files?ReplyDelete
This is even better IRL! Especially love the negative spaces!ReplyDelete
I saw this on Doodlebug's facebook page - This was genius! Love the Subway art but Doodlebug style!! It simply blew me away!ReplyDelete