I've been holding onto these pictures for too long and I'm happy I'm getting them scrapped. I really like including multiple photos on a page and this layout does just that. I die cut the "this" part of my title and played with watercolors, always fun.
A full view of the layout. I used a transparency I have been hoarding as my base under my photos.
I really do love grid layouts and being able to layer and treat each square as it's own little mini spot to embellish. I tried to keep this one more simple with the embellishments.
A full look at the layout here. I used the awesome Dear Lizzy paper for my background and then a few scraps from my stash for all the squares.
A closer look to see the dimension created with enamel dots and the middle square that used pop dots for the plane sticker. You can also see the little circle veneer that I framed the globe sticker with. I used a teal dauber to color the veneer.
I never use kraft cardstock for my background but something urged me to give it a try (I literally had two pieces of kraft in my stash.) I wanted to play around with the blacks, aquas and lime colors I love so that's just what I did here.
Lots of scraps here from my stash to create some visual interest and three smaller photos along the right side of the layout.
I can't stay away from my enamel dots, love them! I also used the love cut file from Studio Calico's sugar rush digital files.
Some more looks at the layers, a little pop of a tag, enamel dots and a resin flower.
I took the time to scrap a wedding photo of ours that I just love. No we have nothing to do with the fire hydrant it just makes a great pop of color and an awesome photo prop...just fun. I know the word believe can come across as a Christmas word but I'm using it here to believe in, well you guessed, a happy life starting with a wedding....don't I sound sappy??
The full layout, pops of red with black and white, love the combo. I used some Freckled Fawn black and white airmail washi tape and just love it. I kept this layout pretty simple with embellishments, a tag and a brad, as the Printshop paper adds a busy background.
Grids always pop out to me so I thought I would give one a go. I used lots of color here against a white background. The hubby and I went for a walk in fall and this layout captures all of the pictures I took.
I tried to keep each square in the grid monochromatic which also made it a little more exciting.
You can also see that I used a total of five pieces of white cardstock that I water-colored. That was also fun, I love getting out the artsy supplies!
Another view to see the dimension created by some of the embellishments.