Citizen Kane – 1941
Today, in the style of yellow journalism, you will SENSATIONALIZE your story and create an eye-catching headline for your layout. It should be dramatic and draw you in to “read more”. Feel free to use a sketch for your layout today too, as Citizen Kane sketches a portrait of one man’s life.
http://www.tcm.com/mediaroom/video/499401/Citizen-Kane-Movie-Clip-Rosebud.html From the top, the spooky introduction of the estate called Xanadu, the snow-globe, and one very tight shot of the director, writer and star Orson Welles, from Citizen Kane, 1941.
Our featured designer today is Beth Soler from Scrapping Wonders.
Be sure to check out Beth’s Etsy shop where she has a variety of Traveler’s Notebook inserts with different types of papers including; Tomoe River paper, watercolor paper, black paper, dot grid paper and more at VERY reasonable prices.
Have you been wanting to play with Traveler’s Notebooks? You can win an insert from Beth at Scrapping Wonders! Leave a comment on the Day 8 Prize Alert thread in the Flickr gallery to be eligible to win. Good luck!
Now it’s your turn! Scrapbook your layout and ‘load’ it up to the Flickr gallery by midnight Pacific time, tagged LOAD8. Happy scrapping!