Ginny Hughes' founded a fab COMP concept we think you're going to enjoy–it includes oodles of dots and the beloved metallic hue, gold. Seriously cute & fun!
Composition is everywhere. Thanks to Pinterest, discovering ingenious composition ideas is effortless. When I came across this painting on Pinterest I knew it was perfect for today's project!
I started with the idea of circles and a-hint-of-gold. I took a few of the chipboard alphabet circles from the Maggie Holmes Style Board collection and applied a thin layer of gesso to them while allowing some of the gold to peak through. I specifically chose to use the chipboard alphabet pieces for added dimension, but you could just as easily use cardstock and stack the circles up a bit to get the same look.
After the gesso dried, I scattered the circles around on a piece of 12 x 12 white cardstock. I then placed a photo onto the cardstock to determine the best placement for the painted chipboard circles.
As seen on the finished layout, I added soft watercoloring and gold splatter to the background.
I can easily see myself using this composition again as inspiration for another layout. There are so many unique elements to it, especially the tiny pie-chart circles. Their potential is truly infinite!