I've said it before, and I'm sure I'll say it again, but I really don't enjoy making double pages. Occasionally I'll see a great sketch and really like the page that I make from it, but more often I have the photos first and can't find a sketch to suit them. I tend to put off making double pages and hope that a good sketch comes along, but it rarely happens.
I've kept fairly up-to-date with my 2015 scrapping, but there is a growing list of double pages that I need to make. I decided to tackle one of those last weekend, a set of photos from Dartmoor taken during our Easter holiday.
I chose and printed my photos and then looked for a sketch, despite knowing that this is the wrong way to do it. I eventually settled on one from the archive at Stick It Down. My photos don't fit it, but I thought I could copy the paper layers behind them.
There is one thing that I wish I'd done differently on this page, and that's to have placed the title higher and journalled underneath it. The TOR letters are die-cut and glued down, and although I tried to unstick them they weren't going to budge.
Paper - Basic Grey Hipster, HOTP Ivory Sarabook, My Mind's Eye Now & Then
Letters - Basic Grey
Washi Tape - Efco
Epoxy Stickers - Ebay
Ink - Ranger
Big Shot, X-Cut Headliner Alphabet Die & Quickutz Tab Die
X-Cut Small Circle Die