The National Parks Lite pages were all "framed up" on a Friday afternoon and finished in a snap on Monday morning. (My least favorite task is sticking everything down, so if anyone is interested in that job . . .)LAYOUTS 1 & 2 I like how the outlined text bursts out of the artwork on the 12x12 Ivory Print. It's such a cool element that can be used as a full print or to anchor the page. LAYOUTS 3 & 4 And how about that Happy Camper Stencil? It's just the sweetest thing ever! I used it on the lower right of this spread with a CS Ink Applicator and Mahogany ink. LAYOUTS 5 & 6 The Brown Plaid Ribbon reminds me of the tablecloth my mom used to cover the picnic table at our campsite on Lake Michigan. LAYOUTS 7 & 8 When adding photos to a page like this, I'm always willing to place photos over the printed cutaparts if I have tons on hand. But it's nice to have the elements in place for occasions where I only have a handful of pictures. When I finished creating the pages, this is what was left. Waste not, want not! Join us today! Tricia
National Parks Lite Layouts
I thoroughly enjoy the therapeutic process of creating the layouts for each collection. My favorite spot to work is the corner in my office set up with two 8-footers where I can spread out and think.