Now that my term on the Angela Poole Design Team is over for the year, I thought it’d be a great opportunity to record those fun times in my scrapbook album. Especially the hoot I had working with them as a demonstrator at the ICHF trade show.
I had plenty of photos to use, of all sizes, so turned it into a double-page spread 😉
My top tip for approaching a page (or two) with so many photos, especially of different sizes, is to think chronologically. I like to tell the story from the far left to the far right, across my paper(s) and jigsaw the photos in roughly that order.
Then I can fit my title, the embellishment clusters and journaling spots around them.
I used lots of gorgeous goodies from the Cocoa Vanilla Studio ‘Wild at Heart’ collection, which I bought here in the UK from the lovely Helen, at Ella Bonella.
The watercolour colour style of this collection and bold pastels are just my cup of tea!
I had lots of journaling to do as well as sharing lots of photos, both of cards I’d made also of my trip to the NEC Birmingham for the craft trade show, where I was helping Angela & co, as a demonstrator on the stand and in their workshop session.
You can read my blog post about that trip here!
As well as all my photos and memory journaling, I created some fun layered clusters, especially thanks to the gorgeous ephemera and stickers in the ‘Wild at Heart’ collection. I added to these too, with some Pink Paislee ephemera (Paige Evans’ ‘Whimsical’ collection).
I had to use a good smattering of the cute panda puffy stickers, throughout – they were from the Crate Paper, Maggie Holmes collection ‘Willow Lane’. I’m a pandaholic so they definitely work on such a pair of happy pages about all my fun creative times!
Thanks for stopping by as ever – I appreciate your visits! And I hope this was an inspiring look at how to use LOTS of photos in your scrapbooking. Do let me know if you try it! 🙂
See you again soon, Ruth x