Welcome to Day Sixteen of 31 Pages in 31 Days, my annual scrapbooking blog series each August! Every day I post an inspiration page and you can pull the layout, color combo or embellishment details, or copy the whole thing exactly! Here's today's pages, which we're making in Scrapbooking Summer School today.
Today's layout celebrates your girlfriends! It is perfect for photos printed in sepia brown or black and white. That's a favorite trick of mine for making your pages look more cohesive when everyone is wearing wildly different colored shirts. It just removes the distraction and places the emphasis on their faces. Little tip for you!
Big variety of tools employed for this one! I used my e-cutter for the headline and fun flower motif on this page, with photo corners die-cut from my favorite Fabulous Frames dies, and a one-inch scallop circle punch. The flowers will overlay parts of the photos strategically, helping to cover strangers and other distractions in the background of the photos.
I love layouts like this where you can fill as many of the photo frames as you need, and leave the others blank or use them for journaling. If you're doing immersion scrapbooking, you can make a stack of pages like this in different colors and themes, and then just pop in appropriate photos down the road. Easy peasy!
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