A while ago I wrote about how I tend to use the same design when I am using 2 vertical 4x6 photos. Confessions: I do the same thing when I use 2 horizontal 4x6 photos! Here's some evidence:
I did this one yesterday inspired by the sketch at Studio Calico for 5/29. Here's what I do: I stack the two photos on top of each other and separate them with strips of patterned paper (there I am, stripping again, LOL!). I tend to put the title near those strips.
More recent evidence:
I added more clusters with this one, plus misting, but it's the same design. I used a lot of stickers instead of paper, this time from Webster's Pages Spring Market collection.
This one is older. I trimmed the photos to cut down on distracting backgrounds and mounted it on a mat. I'm thinking this too might have taken design elements from a Studio Calico sketch?
It doesn't always have to be 4x6 to use this design idea:
Anyone else like Project Runway? I decided to make a page about this obsession of a show. Plus, I kept getting dressmaker's dummies in kits (I hate to sew), so I decided I had to figure out a way to use them.
Here I'm using the idea, but I stacked two 4x6 pieces of patterned paper and lay the one photo over it.
And now the giveaway!
I have some lovely Studio Calico and October Afternoon paper and products to send one reader. Leave a comment telling me something you tend to do on your pages, and I'll draw a random winner on Wednesday June 8th (ETA at 8 PM CST)! Be sure to check back this week and see if you won.