Hello sweet friends, it’s Kylie with you all today with a brand new project to share. The new ‘Legendary’ collection arrived a short time ago on my doorstep and I could not wait to get creating some more scrap pages for my son. As always it has the yummiest colour palette and the embellishments are perfect for the boys in your life. I couldn’t resist and have created a double page layout.
I really love creating double page layouts! They are particularly good if you have a series of photos you would like to scrapbook all together. For me personally, I find these types of layouts come together quicker than a single page, single photo layout. I love to fill the pages with as much detail as possible to help preserve the story. For this double page design I have printed my photos to full size- 6″x 4″ and backed them with the ALL STAR paper, for a small border.
I have an old wave trimmer board in my craft stash. This was used to cut the wave edges in my background pages. ( I have used the ONE WAY, OFFBEAT and ALL STAR papers on my backgrounds.) It creates a fun effect when layered over each other. This could still easily be achieved if you don’t have a similar tool simply by sketching a wave line first before cutting.
Foam tape was used to adhere my images in place so that they sat up from the background a little, adding dimension to my pages. I used a lot of the different coloured stars from the die cut pack to add in behind my images as well as some of the larger stars also. The Deer head and Bear die cuts were SO cute, I couldn’t resist adding these to each lower corner.
To finish my pages I added some of the die cut titles. There are so many words in each pack and it’s fun putting together a title that works for your pages. I’ve also added some sub title phrases from the sticker sheet. I love how it came together to look like a little journaling.
Thanks for stopping by today to see my layout. I hope it gives you a little inspiration to try a double page layout for yourselves with the new ‘Legendary’ collection. Until next time,