A big welcome to the last in this series of posts all about scrapping the stories I want to tell. I say the last post but of course I will be carrying on the scrapbook journey and hopefully telling more meaningful stories along the way.
His & Hers
A different was to get the words onto the page this week. I was in tune with symmetry and didn’t want to add journalling that would unbalance the layout so instead I used the words as a sort of border along the photo edges. Yes it meant not as many words but I love the way it turned out.
Here is the story from this page –
It was my think to get up early and get my steps done. Then I’d settle on the upper patio with that view and my stuff around me and enjoy the early morning. Gav got up later and set out his activities for the day before we had breakfast.
Just adore this page and the capture of the visuals. A good example of all the elements, words, title and photos coming together to make a great story told.
As I mentioned above I’ll still be scrapping and sharing here and hopefully getting the stories I want to tell down on paper.
52 stories is a series (or adventure) in my story telling. Can I get the whole story onto a layout? Am I telling the stories I want to tell? Read the inspiration post here.