I actually found a similar design to this on Pinterest, but it was created using digital scrapbooking, which I do not do, so I had to figure out the dimensions of the design by myself.
For the left page, I used the chipboard to title, accent, and journal the page.
I added some stamping in the top right corner to accent the background of the page. The stamping here is absolutely unnecessary. If you're a regular follower of my blog, you know that I really love layers and texture, so for me this sort of background is typical.
For the right page, I kept things really simple by adding large photos and a 2in strip of the B&T paper. If you want to recreate this layout, the strips on the left are 10in wide, and they are 2in wide on the right.
Again on the right page, I added the background stamping, and created a small cluster with the only other stamping on this page. This stamping could totally be swapped out for more chipboard. (Side note: how handsome is my husband!!!)
I also created a chipboard cluster under the 4x4 photo. In order to put them behind the photo, I used foam tape to pop the photo up. You'll notice I have some glue leakage here. I discovered after I created this cluster that the regular ATG tape will stick these pieces down just fine.
- Pathfinding Paper Pack
- Pathfinding Complements
- Pathfinding Assortment
- Thankful Heart
- Season of Thanks
- Chocolate Ink Pad
- Olive Cardstock
Happy Scrapping, My Artsy Friends!