Happy Monday! I was very productive with my scrapbooking projects this weekend! I made two double page layouts, a card and I started on a mini album that I'll share with you this week. I'm working on photos from a world tour that I made back in college. These pictures were taken in the foothills of the Himalayas in India. I used the October Afternoon for the Record line. I just love that paper! Here is a look at the full layout:
Here is a look at the first page:
I used a beautiful three dimensional butterfly from the Michael's Recollections Collection. I placed the wood tiles in a curvy shape to match the title of this layout, Long Winding Road:
I love that "Tell it like it is" sentiment from the October Afternoon paper kit. It was a difficult journey from Delhi to Nainital, India on a bumpy road so I thought the sentiment matched my journaling perfectly. The glass butterfly with rhinestone circle is from the Michael's Recollections collection. So beautiful!:
Here is a close up of page two. All of those monkeys were sitting on the side of the road. It was amazing! India is such a beautiful country.
I backed the stickers in white card stock and added pop dots so the page would have some dimension.:
Isn't that bird just gorgeous?