Hi friends! Leigh here, to share my Summer layout. Yearbook is all about using everyday, and multiple photos on a page. So I enlarged a photo of our backyard, and decided on some smaller supporting photos.
I love using photo enlargements, but often times have trouble designing a layout around them, so I was inspired by a Nancy Damiano layout about the beach, link here. I painted the back of the the clear acrylic embellishments included in the June Clique Kits. Love that your get an entire package of these Jillibean Soup acrylic shapes.
Above is the 8×10 photo paper I printed at home with multiple photos for this layout. The larger one is 8×6 and the smaller ones are 2×2. No worries about the two smaller photos not being the same size, you can simply trim the larger photo to the same size as the smaller one and mat them on white card stock. No one will ever know!
You can see how I used foam letter stickers for the title. Just traced around them, then adhered the patterned paper on top and used the sticker part to adhere to the page.
Close up of the acrylic sunglasses, painted with Broken China Ranger Paint Dabber and stapled on the letter M.
Stitched around the white card stock after printing my journaling on it.
The beautiful June Kit has so many goodies in it! The wood veneer from My Mind’s Eye On Trend 2, is from the Clique Kits Store here.
Thank you for joining us today!