So I have two layouts to share with you today.
The first one I did while scrapping at someone else's house, therefore it was very quick and easy, without a computer/printer, and with really old photos that had been in my 'waiting to scrap' pile for over a year!! I took the photos with me and said, 'they will be scrapped today'.
They were photos that I like, but there was no real story behind them, and I hadn't been able to think of any good journaling to go with them, so the journaling is on the light side. These are the sort of photos I should just 'get over' and put into a normal slip album and be done with it. The quality of the photos are pretty bad, very shadowy, but she's just cute (said in whiney voice). So I scrapped them. I used sassafras pp which is now pretty old, American Crafts thickers and a black journaling pen. Basic basic basic.
If you want a 10 minute layout that uses 2 pics trimmed 4 x 6 photos? Here's one.
The second layout uses 5 photos, and they did all start as 4x6 photos, they were just photos that were able to be heavily trimmed and the subjects were kind of in the distance. The small pics along the bottom were trimmed to just over 5cm wide (2") .
This layout is about some fun times we had at Narooma while we were on our summer holidays in January. I do have lots more unscrapped Narooma photos, but I'm wondering whether I should do the photobook idea for them all. I think I'll stick with the scrapping of them for now, but maybe in a few years I'll do a photo book with Narooma photos from all the past years combined. So anyway, I printed the journaling on the piece of white cardstock first, about 2/3 way down the page, (no measuring) and then trimmed/stuck photos on around the journaling.
These stickers are vinyl thickers by American Crafts.
Time for a new sketch challenge, anyone?? It's been a very long time....