Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Scrapbooking Pairs: One Sketch, Two Ways.

Some of my favorite photos from 2011 are the ones I took on a trip out to the hidden daffodil fields on Montara Mountain. The light was so gorgeous, and the day was full of joyful friendship. I looked through my bin of premade layouts and found the layout up top. The photos worked well with the layout, but I had enough photos for two layouts. So, I found some other paper that worked well with the photos and decided to replicate the sketch using them.
I'm really pleased with how both layouts turned out, and I thought they made an interesting photo pair for Helena's weekly pairs photo meme. You can see other pairs by clicking on her blog here.

9 comments:

helena said...

interesting how the different colour combos bring different parts of the page to prominence

scrappyjacky said...

They are such lovely photos.

Maggie said...

Lovely photos. Hidden daffodil fields sounds interesting.

Sian said...

What Helena said! I enjoyed seeing the difference between the green on one page and the blue on the other

Karen said...

Gorgeous photos and layouts---and a great idea for pairs!

Carola Bartz said...

Your layouts look lovely, and what I like about the is that they are not elaborate but focus on the pictures. That's the way it should be (IMHO).

Prairie Jill said...

Beautiful pages, and a wonderful idea for Pairs!

alexa said...

That's a neat pairing - I find it fascinating looking at your two pages how the different background papers/colours create different effects.

Gail said...

Interesting how just using different backgrounds made them look totally diffferent.