Traditional Scrapbook Layout Week 4

Hi friends, I had one more layout for Week 4 that I wanted to create because it was our daughter's birthday. I decided to use up some of my January Gossamer Blue Main and Life Pages Kit so this one is a traditional layout. Here is my process video:


Here is a look at the layout overall.

Traditional Layout Week 4

I really like using this horizontal grid, but there were some things I did a little different on this layout. This is one of the things I actually love about traditional scrapbooking - being able to experiment on paper with different elements and techniques. So my title card is one of the journal cards from the kit.

Traditional Scrapbook Layout Week 04

I added a few elements across the bottom of this side, which steps outside of the grid. The wood word goes off the photo to connect these elements to the rest of the block.

Traditional Scrapbook Layout Week 04

On the opposite side I wrote just a little journaling on this tag from Fancy Pants. This little pack of tags is perfect for adding simple journal spots and I used quite a few of them on this layout just to add some details.

Traditional Scrapbook Layout Week 04

I adore that patterned paper from Studio Calico and I added a few splotches to the white cardstock to repeat that pattern. It reminds me of confetti - how perfect for a party theme!

Traditional Scrapbook Layout Week 04

The two journal cards in the center of this side are fairly simple, just word strips and hearts.

Traditional Scrapbook Layout Week 04

The bottom journal card is just pure fun with diagonal stripes and glitter alphas from Heidi Swapp. 

Traditional Scrapbook Layout Week 04

Well, that's another week in the books. I hope you have a creative weekend and I will see you soon!

~Theresa

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