Thursday, January 24, 2013

Double Page Christmas Scrapping

Back in December, filled with Christmas spirit, I pulled out some holiday papers and Christmas photos to complete a couple of layouts based on sketches in the BPC Double Take workshop. Both of these layouts are from Christmas Day of 2008.

I like the way these layouts feature two different aspects of the day - the fun time we had opening all our Santa gifts and the delicious meal we enjoyed with friends.
 
I also enjoyed reusing these sketches - you can see my original layouts with these sketches here and here.

11 comments:

  1. And it's great how you managed to use so many photos on these lovely layouts.

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  2. You do manage to get a lot of people in your photos! It's also nice they all look happy. Love your layouts.

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  3. Great 2-pagers. That santa paper is cute and makes the page whimsical and fun. Love that with the LOM system you can reach back a few years and just have all these photos ready to scrapbook. :)

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  4. Those are beautiful sketches and wonderful layouts with your papers and photos...so colorful and festive!

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  5. What interesting designs - I particularly like the second one.
    Rinda

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  6. Fun to see the older versions and the newer ones. Your journaling to Robbie made me smile - I texted Wookie today to tell him I miss him for similar reasons. I like how you've shown two sides of Christmas - so often we only concentrate on one side of an event.

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  7. That second layout is such a great design for multiple photos. But I also love the striped borders on the first layout.

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  8. Awesome job Melissa! I need to get busy and scrap some 2 pagers. I will have to revisit the class material!

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  9. I especially like the second layout for using multiple pics...I may be lifting that one!
    Alison xx

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  10. I love that you use multiple pics in both but with very different looks :)

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