I’ve received some requests to share more ideas on building the foundation of your scrapbooking pages. This episode focuses on layouts with seven to ten pictures. But I didn’t share specific placement options. Instead, I share how you can use the design principle of dominance (also hierarchy), as well as all the elements of design that contribute to dominance, to help you come up with foundations and placement that works best for your own stories.
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Modeling The Costumes
Journaling reads: Gypsy * Demon Brute * Froggy
The modeling part is especially fun when you kids are so . . . well . . . “DRAMATIC” is an understatement. Love it!
Watching The Monkeys
Journaling reads: Our favorite part was watching the monkeys. At the zoo on our fun family vacation to Surprise. Sept. ’06.
Journaling reads: It’s been years since we were all together in one place. Longer than that is the time it has been since we took a family picture . . . ten years! Getting all of the siblings together in one time and place is difficult. Mom and Dad live in Kansas City. Erin and I are in Arizona. Chad found his happpy place in San Diego. Blake is settling in Utah. And Lindsay is hanging out in Michigan while Trent is in Law School.
Unsure when our next chance will be to get together as a complete family again, we had the best time in Arizona for Thanksgiving. It is definitely something to be very grateful for. <3