Mandy here today to share another project using the beautiful Rebekah kit! I'm really loving the warm tones of the colours in this kit, and the super sweet florals too! I decided to create a traveler's notebook layout this time and I documented some photos of my two girls cuddling and chatting together on the train when we went to Sydney recently. I just love seeing the sweet relationship that these two share. There's ten years between them, but they are the best of friends. It makes this Mummy's heart very happy, that's for sure!
I started by covering the left hand side of the spread with the black and white dash patterned paper, which added some nice subtle detail and interest to the layout. I also added a strip of the pink scallop paper down the left hand side of the page, and a thinner strip of the same paper down the right hand side. To finish off the background, I tucked one of the solid color paper branding strips under the edge of the pink paper on the left. I love that this adds a nice pop of that darker colour to the page! You can see that I printed my three photos quite small, and then adhered them horizontally across the page.
I added a little cluster of floral die cuts and leaves under the bottom corner of the photo on the left hand page. I also sprinkled some sequins around which I had left over from the Oh Deer kit from a few years back. These cute little pots of sequins seem to be never-ending!
Over on the right hand side of the spread, I added another floral cluster above the photos. This gives the layout a diagonal flow, and helps to draw your eye through the photos.
You can see that I repeated the same colours that I used on the left hand page over on the right. These two floral die cuts had green leaves on them, but as I hadn't used green anywhere else on my page, I decided to tuck the leaves under the photos so that you can't see them, and then added the black and whites leaves instead.
I added my title underneath the photos using one of the gorgeous gold puffy words from the kit. I also tucked a label underneath the title and added some little word stickers from the Jenny kit to the label. I finished the page off with a few lines of typed journaling, as well as the date.
Thanks so much for joining me here on the blog today! I had so much fun creating this spread, and I hope that you've been inspired by it!