On National Scrapbooking Day Little Yellow Bicycle asked what projects our readers would like to see. One of the most popular answers was double page layouts. I think this may be my fifth ever double page spread! For some reason two pagers really intimidate me. So for this spread I decided to look at it as an expanded one pager. I created the one page feel by splitting the die-cut paper in the center of the layout. I then used a 4 inch strip across the two pages to connect them and line my photos. I tucked the smaller decorative edge paper underneath that strip to make it seem longer and add in another color. When I look at the layouts it almost looks like it could be two pages separate. I guess in my mind that made it easier for me to place my titles and embellishments. What are you tips for the perfect two pager? I would love to hear your ideas!
ESC-104 Carefree - Orange/Click - Teal
ESC-108 Makin' Tracks/Destination Dots - Yellow
ESC-122 12" x 12" Decorative Edge Textured Cardstock - with embossing
ESC-133 6" x 6" Decorative Edge Double-sided Textu
red Cardstock - with thermography (5 pieces)
ESC-140 Cardstock Stickers - Fresh Verse - with thermography and debossing (67 pieces)
ESC-160 Vellum Tape Strips (8 pieces)
ESC-1100 Tear Out Ticket & Journaling Card Book - with embossing (24 pieces)
ESC-279 Chipboard Shapes - with thermography (26 pieces)
ESC-133 6" x 6" Decorative Edge Double-sided Textured Cardstock - with thermography (5 pieces)
ESC-220 Fabric Favorites - self adhesive (15 pieces)
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