Do you like pages with one photo and lots of embellishments? Or do you prefer pages with lots of photos?
For my part, I prefer pages with a story, no matter the numbers of pictures that come on it. ;)
What I some time struggle with are pictures of my childhood, because they don't always have a "big" story attach to them. So, what I did in this page I'm about to show you is gather some pictures of my childhood, pictures that don't really tell a specific story, and I grouped them together with random stories worth remembering that don't exactly match the pictures. Does that make sense?
Here's my page:
In my title I included: Pictures taken from '78 to '82 and the memories in the list are totally random, not associated to either one of the pictures on the right.
Here are some detail shots:
The title is made of foam glitter Thickers in brown mixed with some rub-ons.
I then stamped my prompt (when I was young) that is the beginning of all sentences that are to come.
Here from another angle so that you can see the dimension better:The journaling:
The "subtitle" to introduce the dates:
I did lots of sewing and embroidery on my page and I love it! It gives a home made feel, full of texture. :)
If you want to get some other ideas of (double) pages using 8 photos, hop over to the get it scrapped blog where my page and many others have been published today.
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