This year I'm starting a new simple series called Make A Page With Ali.
As you might have read already, my memory keeping intention this year is to simply tell more stories (no matter the size, style, etc). This is me bringing a part of that intention to life.
A couple ideas to try on your next page:
- Full page photo foundation that spreads across two pages. In Photoshop I sized this photo 14 inches wide x 8.25 inches tall and printed it here at home using my Espon XP15000 printer + 13 inch x 19 inch photo paper. You can read more about the printers I use here.
- Cut out tags from a pattern paper and use those to tell your story. You could identify four things within your photo to document or tell a story that spreads across the four tags.
Here's a look at my process for this page:
Here are additional images:
The tags for this page come from a pattern paper in our Tag Scrapbook Kit. I designed a variety of papers in that kit that can be used as a jumping off point for your stories right on the paper or you can cut out the shapes like I did here to use them as a home for your story in a different design.
I paired those cut out tags with two of the vellum flags from our Vellum Tag Bundle (an Add On for subscribers this month that you can add next month on the 10th).
I also used more of that Doodlebug Scalloped Washi Tape along the bottom. I love that set so much + can't stop using it!
Go tell a story!