I have been very busy lately trying to get all my pictures from last summer scrapped....you know, before this summer rolls around.
Using some incredible paper from Pebbles Inc. (the same paper I used to make these cards
) I made this double layout using pictures from our family camping trip.
When I create double layouts I almost always bring my patterned paper across both pages. For me, this works to visually connect the two sides together. In this layout I not only carried the green background paper and the striped patterned paper across the pages, but I also added the red arrow (from Scenic Route).
I kept the right side of my double layout simple - just a large family photo and a journalling block. The flower embellishment is from Scenic Route and adds the perfect little detail.
The left side of my layout is more photo heavy, but the photos are smaller. I love the little chipboard clouds that I added to the top corner. I bought these at the epic scrapbooking garage sale
I keep mentioning. They were in a large bag of stuff so I am not sure who makes them (anyone know, because I would love to get more).
Relaxing at the campsite, the warm sunshine, roasting marshmallows, eating smores....these are the incredible memories of our camping trip that I am very glad I was able to record so beautifully on this layout.
Have you got all your photos from last summer scrapped? With this layout done, I only have two more to do..not too bad, and it is so much fun to look back at my pictures as I go and remember how much fun we all had.
Rachel. What a great layout. The arrow is so cool. I need to try that. Thanks for linking up.ReplyDelete
Thanks Leslie. I was so happy to find the arrow in my stash and have it work so well on this page. Thanks for hosting Whimsical Wednesday.Delete
Great layout! Love this sketch! I think I might need to borrow it! Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Thanks Kelli. I am so happy to hear you were inspired by my work...thanks for the compliment.Delete
What a great layout!ReplyDelete
Thank you Jessica.Delete