Recently, I mentioned that I scrapped 15 pages at an all-day crop and shared a bit about my scrapbooking process. Today, I thought I'd share some of those pages. The page up top is a fairly typical page . . . quality paper from Club Scrap, 4 pictures arranged in a very linear way, a journaling block and a few embellishments. Most of the time, I scrap in double page spreads. Here are the two I did with fall pumpkin patch pictures:
My Fourth of July pictures:
And layouts from DD Clara in Junior Lifeguards:
You can see they are all very simple, but they are done! You can click on any of them to enlarge them and see more details.
I also mentioned that sometimes I start with blank layouts and then find pictures that work. Here's an example of that type of layout:
The layout started with the background papers (beige an blue), plus the dark green paper strips and blue and green photo mats. These six pictures I had from our summer vacation matched the color and feel of the blank layout. I found a stamped dragon fly border and embellies in my stash from some sort of page element swap, which I thought completed the page well.
So, there you have it! I think my favorite page is the fireworks page, although I am also quite partial to the last layout as well. What about you? Do you have a favorite?