Last summer I spent a day in and around Runnymede, the water meadow where Magna Carta was signed in 1215; you can see a plethora of photos from the day here. I'd always thought that they would make a double page, but when I sorted through my pictures for printing recently I realised that the photos really fell into three groups and that I would need a double page plus two singles.
I've started with one of the single pages, for the memorial to President John F Kennedy that is on the hillside above the meadow. It was designed to be part of the landscape and consists of a flight of 50 steps (one per state), the memorial stone itself and some seats for peaceful contemplation.
I used a sketch that Laura Whitaker designed for Imaginisce, rotated for my landscape photos. I moved the title across to the top corner and ran my journalling down the column below it.
Cardstock - Colorset
Paper - My Mind's Eye Vintage Charm
Letters - Basic Grey
Flowers - Dovecraft
Gems - from Stash
Ink - Ranger
Big Shot & Provocraft Alphabet Dies
Fiskars Postage Stamp Border Punch
Studio Calico Doily Stamps