Hello crafty Friends. It’s Anna here with a page containing multiply photos. This is the assignment we were given this week and I was so happy to join. It was the perfect opportunity to make “all in one” type of scrapbook page, with a lot of small photos from one of our family trips. It’s something I love to do after each vacation. I pick about 10 photos I like the most and arrange them over the page. I, of course, make more pages with single photos to go more into details of each adventure and make a travel album, but this page is just a super fun reminder of all the great fun we had.

This time I scrapbooked our last year one week vacation in french Jura. It was kind of an accident we ended up there but we felt in love with the landscape, food and people and we are coming back this year too!

I used colorful “No limits” collection to make my page. It was inspired by the paper called “Eclipse”, that is also my page base. I decided to place each photo in different 3*4 square. Before I did that, I wanted to  “get rid” of some rectangles that were too colorful or in a wrong color. I reached for Pocket Cards and picked few in the colors I wanted to add to my page. I used them to cover all the 3*4 rectangles I wanted to hide. Pocket Cards are not only for project lifers! They can be a super cute base for mini album, used as dividers in bigger albums or as a journaling spots on layouts. Very versatile product!

After my grid was finished, It was time to place my photos. They are all in the same size and have white frame. However, some rectangles we also white-ish and my pictures tend to blend with them. That’s why I backed some of them with pieces of orange “Spark” and yellow “Latitude” papers.

Each photo is backed with a one layer of cardboard to add more dimension to the page. This is my go to technique for every single page. I just can’t make anything flat 🙂 With all the photos glued down it was time for embellishing the page. I tried to find as many stickers and ephemera pieces as possible, that would match travel theme of my layout. There is a great globe in Chipboard Stickers sheet, that I placed on one of the cards. I also picked few more thick stickers to add to my page.

Stars, small phrases and arrows come from Ephemera Pack – the most versatile product ever! With so many elements to choose from, you can make many, many projects with just one pack. I also used YEAH word from Die Cut Titles becasue I needed something to fill the empty space above the photo. Not all elements have to have a deeper meaning, right? I also used a word strips from Accesory Stickers sheet and three super cute wooden buttons.

I managed to use all the embellishments from “No limits” collection but one! I love the story this layout carries and love every single photo, even if it doesn’t look like taken by proffesional artist. There are so many great feelings poured into this page and this is always the most important part of scrapbooking for me.

I hope I inspired you to make a multiply photo layout, because I know it may be hard to arrange so many pictures. Grid is always a great idea in this case.

Thank you so much for staying with me and see you in two weeks.

XO Anna

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