Can’t have “pretty” and “trendy” pages if you have a fair amount of journaling?
Can’t tell a good story if you want to use lots of fun product and layering?
I was getting tired of always sacrificing form for function to fit my writing. We like to have it all, don’t we? And we can…
A couple years ago it occurred to me that you can make a 12×12 with all the design gusto you posses, throwing journaling to the wind. And then you can retrieve that journaling from its wind-tossed location and add it to your page by putting it on a 6×12 to go beside your 12×12 layout.
With the design tools in your pocket it’s not hard to design your 6×12 page to fit seamlessly with your 12×12, no matter how reckless you were when you temporarily tossed your journaling aside and made the first page.
If those tools aren’t quite deep enough in your pocket to know how to do that, it’s okay. I made a process video for you that not only shows you step by step how I did it on the layout above, but also gives you the general concepts and principles so you can do it on your own pages.
You’ll get to see how design makes it work on other pages I’ve made, and you’ll see how these 6×12 supplemental journal pages can also make an album flow more because they show a part of the next page, and a person can’t help but want to see what the rest of the next page looks like!
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