If you recall, last week I showed you a card I made using one of the cards from the Come Sail Away Memories and More card set. (You can see it here.) While I was scrapbooking the other day, I used some of the materials from the card set and some others things from the Come Sail Away Suite. Here are two pages I put together.
Last December, my husband and I took a River Cruise on the Rhine River. What a wonderful trip! These two pages show pictures from an afternoon when we sailed the Rhine and saw lots of castles and charming villages.
Design Notes from Come Sail Away Scrap Book Pages:
I have to confess, I am not an organized scrapper. Many people, I think, start out with a plan or sketch for a page and go from there. I just play around with things till I think I like how they look. I knew I wanted to use some of the Come Sail Away Designer Paper and the Memories and More Cards. Because I used that paper, it was easy to determine coordinating colors for the mats for the pictures and journaling card.
I used the Lined Alphabet stamp set and White Craft ink for the title.
It was fun to use some Framelits to crop the pictures, Stitched Nested Labels Dies and the Layering Circles Dies.
I used some of the stickers from the Card set and one of the dies from the Smooth Sailing dies set.
Now, to finish a few more pages…..
Purchase List for Come Sail Away Scrap Book Pages:
This and That:
When I took the pictures, I did not have the pages in the page Protectors, too much glare. But don’t forget to stock up on those before you start your next scrap book project.
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