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Wednesday, 25 July 2012

Layouts to share

Here are the other layouts I managed to make for my USA album over the past beautiful weekend.
First off I there is this double page layout using Shimelle's idea for 6x4 photo love for November, which actually incorporates 11 photos. There is the double page and also a 6x4 page protector in the middle. Here is a closer look at the double layout without the insert.
And here are both sides of the insert

I then did a page using some paper I bought in Vegas, which had the Golden Gate Bridge on. I struggled with this for a while because it was so busy before even putting photos on, but I was pleased with the result - have to admit, Hugh helped me with the design on this one!
I then did a layout using one of Shimelle's layouts as an inspiration again - this time from Glitter Girl Adventure 24
The Loris Diner was actually a napkin which I had brought home with me - it wasn't really right on the layout so I scanned it in and then I felt it was perfect, once I had added some red glitter glue to the letters! As you have probably notice, following Shimelle's advice in her recent class, Cover to Cover, I have chosen one main colour for each of my layouts (kraft) to tie everything together and on every page there will be a little camera. This will hopefully give the album some continuity.

5 comments:

Sian said...

You are a fast worker! It's inspiring to watch you get all those holiday memories scrapbooked while they are fresh in your head. I need to keep going with mine now..

I love the way you have used that napkin - it really moves that lovely page to the next level

alexa said...

Very clever use of the napkin - and you've got loads of photos in ... Just lovely!

Maria Ontiveros said...

Great use of the GG Bridge paper. Sometimes prints like that are difficult.
rinda

Gail said...

You did a great job using that bridge paper. I liked that idea of Shimelle's and have decided I'll be doing that too when I finally get to working on any of our vacation albums. :)

Karen said...

Great layouts, and your beautiful photographs just shine on the pages!