All this week, we are sharing two page layouts! Double pages allow you to share mulitple photos while still giving the design room to breathe. If you are slightly nervous about creating a double page layout, try working with 8.5 X 11" pages. I find that combining two pages that size gives you enough space without it becoming overwhelming.
I scrapped a two page layout to share some great shots of my daughter playing in the leaves.
I used the Urban Autumn collection to scrap this page. I love the purple in this line. I find that when creating double page layouts, I like to use a sequence of pictures. I line them up from left to right in the order they occurred. I like to place elements at the start of the series to draw the eye.
I used the color saturated Daily Deck card layered with a wood veneer. Since I used a the block of black paper, I wanted to add some movement and curves to the page. I hand cut some leaves from the papers and made a bunch along the right side.
I also cut the hexagons from a Daily Deck card since it adds another geometric shape. I layered with wood veneer, a metal badge and sticker. With such fun goodies, double pagers are fun to create!
Supplies: Urban Autumn (Papers: Ocktoberfest, Spiced Latte, The Village Park; Daily Deck Cards; Metal Badge, Wood Veneer); Pinwheel (Chitchat Stickers)