Do you make double page layouts? I admit to having made a ton in the past but lately I’ve focused on single pagers. Well today at Practical Scrappers we are sharing some of our recent double page layouts with you. Hopefully they’ll inspire you to create more double page beauties! You can definitely tell a more in depth memory over those two pages (and, of course, include more pictures!)
I went back to our Disney trip for my inspiration and came up with this.
(click to make it larger)
One of the last pre-made pages I have from all the ones I started with was the base for this layout. I did add a couple more blocks of patterned paper – the one behind the title and the one the journaling is on. Actually opposite corners of the same piece of Teresa Collins paper. The journaling is worth a read. It tells the story of how we were literally steps away from meeting the Top Three princesses (Cinderella, Snow White and Sleeping Beauty) but got Belle, Ariel and Tiana (who?!) instead. Sigh. An hour in line for the second stringers!! Hmmm, I think I’m still a little bitter about missing out on my favourite Disney Princesses. The girls? Happy as clams!
Here is a close up of that journaling.
I felt I could embellish with flowers since the subject matter is fairly girly. I had one giant black one left from my Disney stash but it was too big and I really needed more than one. Digging through my flowers tin (see this post
) I discovered a hole or two in my available colours. Yellow and black! I had one large yellow flower but that was it. What to do? Mists to the rescue! I took some old Stampin’ Up paper daisies and sprayed a couple of the large ones black and three of the small ones yellow.
You can see one of the large black flowers in the journaling close up above and the last detail shot below. In this close up of the title you can see the small yellow one as well as the other colours I used.
Another thing that’s quite fun to do – and will help with the ol’ memory many years from now – is to use letter stickers to put the names of princesses we saw on their pictures. It adds detail without adding bulk or taking away from the pictures. In fact, that small bit of information enhances the layout as it adds to the memory/story being told.
Here’s that close up of the black misted flower I was talking about as well as the one large yellow flower I managed to find in my stash. Oh, and the Mickey Mouse ears gem that I’ve been adding to all my Disney pages. It’s little details like those that tie an album together. If you’re wondering what spray I used to mist this black, it’s Dyan Reavely’s Dylusions
in Black Marble.
Well thanks for coming by today. I value your visit. If you liked what you saw today please leave a comment, I certainly do appreciate them and would love your feedback. Enjoy the rest of your Wednesday. Have fun scrapping!
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