Whew – where does time go? It’s been a few days since my last post so I thought I’d better get something up before you all find greener pastures! Here’s a 2-page layout I did a few months ago. It features photos from the train museum near Baraboo, Wisconsin that we visited last summer on vacation.
For this particular layout, I had a bunch of photos that needed to be included. After all, the coolest part of the train yard at the train museum was all the neat ol’ box cars and their hand-painted lettering so I took lots of pictures. So knowing I had so many photos to use, I filled my 2nd page entirely with photos, then simply added an embellishment between the upper two photos. The photos now become the focus of the page. Try it next time you have a bunch of photos you want to use!
Stamp sets: newsprint alphabet, rough edges alphabet, choo choo; Inks: basic black, bashful blue, riding hood red, pumpkin pie; Cardstock: pumpkin pie, bashful blue, so saffron, whisper white, georgia peach DSP; Embellishments: earth elements & soft subtles buttons; Tools: circle punch
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