Yesterday, I shared my layout about "golfing with mom", and today I'm here to share my layout about "golfing with dad". Which pretty much looks the exact same, design wise, as my layout from yesterday. I had four 3x4" photos for each layout, and had the same cut files for my title in mind, so it made sense to just use the same design. There's no reason to feel like you have to re-invent the wheel every time you sit down to scrap, am I right?
Golfing with dad is a lot different from golfing with mom, as it involves going to a full fledged golf course. Years and years ago, the four of us went on a real course, and it was an interesting experience for two of us (that would be Alyssa and I). I'm so glad they took some photos while they were out there, so that I could document their little adventure too!
I'm going to repeat myself here, from yesterday's post, but I want to make sure and mention what I used here. Since the top part of my layout was going to be just white cardstock, I die cut a circle background - from Kerri Bradford's Background Basics kit - from white cardstock to layer on top and to add some subtle interest. I die cut the full 12x12 background piece, and then used half on each of the two layouts.
I've mentioned before that whenever I can't find the word I'm looking for as a cut file, I turn to Kerri's Weathered Door Alpha kit to create my word. Which is what I did for the "golfing" part of my title. On this page, I used a mix of patterned papers from Close To My Heart and Amy Tangerine.
I used Kerri's All In The Family kit for the "dad" part of my title, and used some tiny alpha stickers between the two die cut words to complete my title.
I have one more new layout to share this week, and while the subject matter is totally different - it's oddly the same design as these two layouts. Give me three or four 3x4" photos, and I guess my first instinct is to line them up across the page and add the title along the top and journaling along the bottom. Helps me get more done when I don't have to think so hard ;)