Today’s Feature Friday is all about Elif Sahin of Sahin Designs. Her design style is minimalist, clean, and simple… while being rooted in the style of the paper-scrapbooking world. Because of this, her products translate amazingly-well into hybrid projects, while also being gorgeous when used digitally. Her collections give a little of everything — brushes, flowers, journaling cards, papers, and alphas in stunning color schemes. All of her products give you the versatility to use them for a traditional scrapbook page, or a pocket page, or even a hybrid page.
This is just a small sampling of the beautiful and elegant designs that can be found in Sahin Design’s store at The Digital Press…
We asked Elif some questions to get to know her a little better…
Where do you live?
I live in Ankara, Turkey.
When you’re not designing, what do you do with your time?
When I am not designing I love to take care of my plants and play with my little nephew.
What are 5 tidbits of trivia we might not know about you?
—My age is 24, it’s a bit young for the digital scrapbook industry.
—I have a degree in International Relations.
—I love web design and I get my hands on it whenever I can.
—I love knitting and anything handmade.
—I love creating moodboards prior to starting on a new design project.
Which of your products is your favorite?
With each new product it changes. So, at the moment my favorite product is the Grad Collection…
Now that we have learned about Elif and seen her beautiful, versatile products… let’s see them in action. Here is a sampling of layouts and projects that were created using her designs…
After seeing all of these inspiring collections, you should be ready to scrap! And with a 30% OFF sale in Elif’s shop here at The Digital Press (sale will end at 11:59pm ET on Thurs 8/4) you can take advantage of a great discount and grab some beautiful new scrapbooking collections.
About the Author Sabrina is married to a hard-working man and has two rambunctious kids, nicknamed Captain and Sunshine. She loves to chase after the kids, clean up their messes, and say “stop that!” 100 times a day. When Sabrina gets a break she loves to scrap, read, or watch an occasional show.