For National Scrapbook Day I put together a two-page layout that combines the best of traditional scrapbooking and project life/pocket page scrapbooking. I have tons of photos -- literally -- of the family of foxes that made a home in our yard this year. There's six babies and if you catch them in the morning you can watch them run and play in the backyard. I decided to put together a two-page layout that showcases my favorite photo while allowing me to include multiple photos.
I also wanted to include multiple ways you can use our products. On this first page I layered many different types of paper and embellishments. The tiny wood embellishments and vellum being two surfaces that are typically hard to adhere; however, the Best Glue Ever lets you squeeze out tiny drops and the glue dries virtually invisible on vellum. The Perfect Crafting Pouch lets me deactivate stickers and Embellie Gellie makes it easy to place tiny embellishments on the page.
Because I used a six-pocket page protector for the second page I can treat it like a separate layout and not be too concerned about duplicating the elements between both pages. I included papers from the same kit so the colors match, as well as stickers from the same set.
By repeating some of the same paper and elements from the first page in this pocket, I've tied this page to the first. And here's more vellum. Since I wanted the flower layers to be a little more 3-D, I only used the Best Glue Ever on the center of each layer.
Now it's your turn. Show me what you've made for the day!