I had the piece of striped brown paper, which was from an old Studio Calico kit, lying around. I got the idea for the page when I printed the photo of my husband and thought to pair it with the mead photo I had already printed and not used for my favorite photos page. I tossed the two photos on top of this paper to get it out of the way, liked the way they looked together, and went from there. This is, by the way, a typical way of creating non-kit pages for me.
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So what makes this page typical for me and my style/trends?
- Journaling strips (of course)
- Different sizes and fonts for the title
- Patterned paper mixes, especially the 2/3 and 1/3 split
- More than one photo
- A circle
I am not the only one who does these things, but these trends make me happy, so I do them a lot without qualms. Scrapbooking should make you happy.
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