This time of year brings on a lot of photo taking, especially family photos and relationships all around.
That’s why I…ehem…adore this page. I love how Laura has taken several photos of her daughters together. Sisters being sisters and all. It catches just so much love between them. And they grow up so fast. You want to capture those moments of their interaction…and she just did it so well here! Love the combination of colors…especially the pale pink hearts!
But it’s their faces…they are just the best!
Here’s what Laura has to say:
Back when my oldest daughter Alyssa was a senior in high school (a year and a half ago, but it seems forever ago), I had taken her out to the almond orchards by our house to try and get some senior pictures of her. I took Sarah along with us, with the hopes that she could help get some natural smiles out of her sister. That didn’t work. But I did manage to get some photos of them, together in their element – being weird and goofy!
I arranged a handful of these silly photos in a collage, using Kerri’s Picture That [Go Long] storyboard templates. I knew I wanted to use a large, brush script word for my title, and came across “adore” in the Something To Say kit. I thought it would be fun to combine it with tiny alpha stickers to read “it’s your weirdness that I adore”. I cut the title from both patterned paper and brown cardstock, and layered them slightly offset from each other to give a shadowed look. I also used the Hearts Background kit to add the heart background cut from a subtle pink patterned paper to add in the center of the page