Hey there crafty pals! I’m so excited to be back on the blog for the first time this year, sharing two fun TN layouts! I used the Reagan kit for both of these layouts, and since the photos were taken the same day, I really wanted the layouts to share some elements to make it obvious that they go together.
For the first layout, I focused on oranges and blues. I really love how versatile the Reagan kit is, and how many color schemes and various embellishment types you have to choose from! I was super inspired by the gorgeous burnt orange plus sign patterned paper. I decided to make that the background of the left side, and used various papers from the kit to create a layered mat behind my photo.
I went with plus signs for the main embellishment of the page, since they worked so well with the patterned paper. I also incorporated a little of my handwriting into the title. I love how my lettering is tied into the layout with those simple alphas and that “love” die cut shape!
For the second layout, I focused on pinks and greys. Since this set of TN pages told the story of an outdoor adventure, I loved that I was able to use the various phrases from the stamp set, and the patterned papers to help tell the story. The grey tree paper and white arrow paper were perfect - the little chevron arrows reminded me of mountains, and went along with my photo perfectly!
To embellish the second set of pages, I focused on hearts. The die cut pack contained a couple hearts, so I paired those with chipboard hearts for dimension, and doodled hearts for a confetti feel.
To tie the two layouts together, I used my handwriting, doodled borders, and deep blue splatters on both pages. I really love the way the two sets of pages look when I am flipping through the insert. It’s obvious they were created together and are meant to be a pair that tell the same story.
This is the first time I’ve tried doing a set of TN pages together. I’ve done multiple page scrapbook layouts before, but this was a first for me. The versatility of the color palette and embellishments in the Reagan kit made this first-time process easy and fun!
Have you tried a multiple page TN layout before? I’d love to know how you approached it. Share your experience in the comments below!
I’ll be back later this month with another fun project using the Reagan kit. Talk to y’all soon!