There seems to be a travel theme going on here this week. No, I’m not gong to London. (I soooo wish I was!) And I have to say, any time I hear London, it needs to be said in the Joey from Friends way, when he says London, baby!
And I have to say, this page from Layle? Love it, baby!
Here’s Layle to tell you all about it.
Back in May my husband and I celebrated our 20th wedding anniversary. I had to go to London for work during that time – or should I say I had the opportunity to go?! – so we decided to combine work with pleasure and my husband came along. We spent a good portion of the time in London, and then did some additional sightseeing outside of the city and Wales as well.
When I saw that Kerri had started doing a few popular cities in city stack cut files, I begged her to do one for London for me & being the sweetheart that we all know she is, she did!
I kept this layout super simple so the focus would be on the photos. I’m a single photo scrapper 99% of the time. To combat that, I scrap some weeks with pocket pages, Project Life style, so I can include more photos. In this case, I knew I wanted to do a 12×12 page about our trip vs a pocket page spread so I used this handy dandy little book from Simple Stories called a Photo Booklet in order to include lots of photos. When I normally use them, I insert them in 4×6 pockets in pocket pages, but I thought it would be fun to use one on a layout. This puppy allowed me to include a whopping 8 3.5×5 photos on this layout!
Not only did it let me include lots of photos, but I included two more cut files in the insides of the Photo Booklet because I always say, the more of Kerri’s cut files, the better :)
Stamps | Time Again (twentyfifteen + may) ]
This page just totally rocks in every way. But my favorite is the tiniest of detail, and that is the little twentyfifteen stamp under the word London. You know I love adding words as design elements, and it’s these itty bitty dtails that just take the page to that next level. And all those photos while keeping it clean. mmmm…
Love it Layle! Now, next time take me to London when you have to work. ;)