Clean and graphic design on the left to balance out the busier right side.
The juxtaposition of the contrasting larger picture on the left and the tiny 2x2 photos on the right,
is from a design principle I like to use often; emphasis (Focal Point).
Supplies: American Crafts BeckyHigginsLLC Project Life 6x8 powder Album and 6x8 Photo Pocket Pages, Crate Paper:Poolside paper and embellishments, cork stickers:Turquoise Avenue Shoppe, and Amy Tangerine:Rise and Shine paper, WeRMemoryKeepers: Fuse Tool, vellum:office supply, sewing machine
I colored the office supply vellum with alcohol markers (Spectrum Noir by Crafter's Companion and Darice)
Used a card stock template I made after measuring out the cut and seal lines shown above. This way I could cut first, then seal after removing the card stock template.
Close up to show stitching and embellishment detail.
I just love the way a project like this can help you try something new and think outside the box. Love it! I had never printed out 6 2x2 photos on one 4x6 photo paper before, and I loved being able to create a pocket page I wanted but couldn't find in store:)
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