Monday Inspiration by Beatrice: Scenic Route
The outdoor fun continues and this week’s featured kit is perfect for your travel pages. If you haven’t seen the special summer deal SnickerdoodleDesigns has on her Facebook page you should run and check it out now. It’s not too late to get in on the fun and at an amazing price too! Whether you vacation or stay-cation, Scenic Route is just the kit you need to document your memories.
If you happen to click on the photo above, you will see that this single kit price definitely makes the $7 bundle price a bargain.
This layout by Kabra evokes the possibility of travel and adventure. The map paper she chose for her background supports the theme. I like the way she placed the framed photos on the diagonal with the cluster connecting them together. Placing the paper plane at an angle directs the eye up and across the layout to the corner. The cluster surrounding it is large and beautiful.
Viewing hot air balloons as they cross the sky has always been on my bucket list. I like the way NancyP captured the flight by masking the photo and adding it to the blended background she created. I like the way she added the map butterfly and reduced the opacity in keeping with her background. The quote she chose is perfect for her page and the curved title work is whimsical and just right.
I really like this pretty page by Norma. The photo treatment of the masked photo works so well with the background paper. The pop of pink in the flowers really adds to the page. Brown and pink are such a dynamic color combination. The cluster of tickets and cards she added to the corner is ideal for the theme of her page.
This layout by franlk combines Scenic Route with the Alpha Page Templates also by SnickerdoodleDesigns. I like the way she added her photos to the letter Y, the first letter of her title. The torn and creased papers add so much dimension to the page and her sweet cluster completes the page flawlessly.
The page design of this layout by msbrad is just gorgeous. I love the large photo framed by the torn paper. It blends seamlessly with one of the kit papers. The framing of the smaller photo is so creative combining a frame, two torn paper bits a hinge and an arrow. She added just a few colorful clusters to bring the entire page to a cohesive conclusion.
Are you in the mood to travel now or at least dream about it? I know I am. Thanks for reading along this week and I’ll be back next week featuring the third collection. Enjoy and have a creative week.