Friday, October 9, 2020

More Digital Scrapbooking Templates With The Torn Look and Inspiration

Welcome to The Cherry On Top.

I hope you had a great time last weekend with all of our Digital Scrapbooking weekend celebrations.  I sure went a bit nuts and made several purchases, too.  Not typical for me, but I wanted to amp up my stash just a bit and grab a few items I've been wanting for awhile.  Now to unzip and organize.

I'm in love with this week's templates!  Per request, I've got even more torn look templates.  We've got several packs of templates like this and apparently, not enough.  Hehehe...Check out I'm Torn and the entire Strip Tease series at GingerScraps.

For a super realistic look on those tears, use a paper rich in texture.  Check out all of these amazing pages from my team.  You can find the name or shop where the designs can be found under each image.  If you need more information, hit us up in the group.  There is always someone that can help out.

The Nifty Pixel

Sabrina's Designs

Kim's circles really stand out thanks to shadows with impact.


I love the delicious texture on Michal's page.

Again from The Nifty Pixel

How fabulous is Caro's page?!  Em's collection is also very impressive.

Products from Kristin Cronin Barrows

Gorgeousness from Valentina!

Cindy always comes up with the most unique photos if she even uses them.  Scrapbooking can also be about thoughts and expressions.  Consider using an area of a photo or a photo taken from an outside of the box angle.

A beautiful collaboration from Tami Miller and Aimee Harrison.

I like the border tucked under the tears.  The colors and overall aesthetic of Ella's page is simply stunning.  She's such a star scrapper!

More goodies from the Sweet Shoppe.

Recently, I started seeing pages in our group from Esther and loved them.  I couldn't resist to ask if she'd like to join me and the team.  You can see why!  She's also ultra creative and a totally outside of the box page designer.

Designs from Connie Prince

Again, some gorgeous colors and I like the match up of papers in Felicty's page.  The plaid, then the more plain basic background and more details in the circles.  A solid outline around the circles keep it from getting too busy.  You may notice, that the texture on light to white papers is difficult to see.  The texture has to be very intense for it to stand out. Keep that in mind when cropping in your papers for the tears.

Beautiful products from Simplette.

Have you ever noticed how Jarmilla's pages just seem to float and blend so well.  Using like colors with similar hues and lighter, higher shadows contribute to the effect.

Something different from BoomersGirl Designs.

You could consider using the same paper for most of the layers for a blended look like Jillian did.

More from Connie Prince.

Lisa really did a great job working her colors on this page.  They match her picture wonderfully which helps bring the page together and gives it a cohesive feel.  

Wow designs from Simple Pleasures!

This is another page from Esther. Isn't it it so awesome?!  Love that extracted photo and her shadowing is just how I like it.  It's a touch intense and lends to a more dimensional appearance that I really like.

Love these colors and goodies from Heart Made Scrapbook.

Theresa is a totally rock'n scrappy sister with all of her double pages.  I love double pages for my albums, too.  Again, a great job pairing up her papers and Ngoc's kit looks SO fun!

I've put a little gifty in today's newsletter.  Keep your eye out for it if you receive our weekly e-mail.  If not, consider joining us.  I like to sporadically gift our readers.  I used the new Fall portion in our year long progressive challenge from the group.  If you are playing along with the challenge look in your messages for the links for this portion.  I've given away a HUGE collection this year.  I'm so glad so many people are doing the challenge.  At the end of the year they'll have enough pages to compose a sweet album and all with free goodies.

Just For You

I'm leaving these templates at just $2.  A grateful thanks to those of you who have added them to your stash.

Pretty goodies from Neia.

Alexis Design Studio

Don't forget our Kreative Design Studio shop!  You'll find these templates there, exclusively.

Find this unique pack of templates exclusively in our ETSY shop, Kreative Design Studio.

Laura Burger


Above, is our free template from the bi monthly train and below, our newest free kit and template.  Check out the blog for the link to the step by step, video tutorial and we can scrap together.  I'm explaining all of the steps in detail so that you can learn to Digi scrap for free!  It's so easy!


Thanks so much for hanging out with The Cherry.

Happy Scrapping!

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