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Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Fun in the sun double page layout

I use to only do 1 page layouts because I never really took THAT many pictures that I needed more than one page, but this past year I have started to really enjoy how double page layouts look in my albums so I've resorted to them and I LOVE them! I sat down to play last night after the kids all went to bed and didn't have anything in mind so I figured I might as well start with some of my most recent pictures. I have A TON of loose paper from Hobby Lobby and Joanns that I have never used and I remembered that I had some cool water drop background paper and thought it'd be perfect for this layout!

I cut the light blue cardstock down to 11 1/2" x 11 1/2" and the water drop paper is 8 1/4" x 10 3/4". The sun is from Doodle charms cut at 4" and the shorts and beach ball are from Life is a Beach cut at 3". The title is from the All Mixed Up cartridge (LOVE!) and the letters are 3" each. I doodled around the cuts, embossed the shorts and added some twine as the string on the shorts and added some glossy accents and some of the beads in a bottle for the top of the beach ball to give it that glossy, slippery look.

Enjoy! :)

7 comments:

  1. Super cute!! Love the font also! I have this cartridge and need to use it more! :)

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  2. This is TOO cute! I LOVE it! Hugs- Glora

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  3. Great layout and super cute pictures
    http://nanadonnascarddreams.blogspot.com/2011/06/patriotic-sunflower.html

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  4. Nice double page lay out. It is really artistic.

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  5. Depending on what they look like, use glue or double sides tape runner to adhere them to the scrapbook layout page. You might treat them like Vellum as far as the adhesive goes so you don't see the glue.

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