2016 album + better together layouts.

Posted on: Thursday, May 26, 2016

2016 Album + Layouts | Ann-Marie Espinoza

Awhile back I made a few pages for Amy’s blog using her newest line, Better Together. I totally forgot about them until this week, so it was a happy surprise to go through the photos and have something to blog about here [other than BABIES, BABIES, BABIES ;)].

This top layout was my favorite one to work on. Since I can’t seem to scrapbook without my Tim Holtz ink blender + squeezed lemonade distress ink these days, I couldn’t help but add a little yellow to the already-cool pink watercolor paper. I wanted to include a few different photos, so I resized them to 2.5 x 2.5″ and printed them at home (how I print most of my images).

2016 Album + Layouts | Ann-Marie Espinoza

It’s so funny to look at this layout now because Briar’s vocabulary has easily tripled since this was made. But I think that’s the whole point of scrapbooking: to record memories as they come so you can look back on them at a later date and relive those feelings. My favorite part of the page (aside from the adorable photo, of course) is that floral paper! Holy moly, I need that in wallpaper, please.

2016 Album + Layouts | Ann-Marie Espinoza

In addition to layouts, I also made a few spreads to add to my 2016 album. For the first spread, I pulled together some of my favorite patterned papers, Thickers, embellishments, photobooth images, and a cool Ira Glass quote postcard to fill up two different page protectors.

2016 Album + Layouts | Ann-Marie Espinoza

For the second spread, I used some of my all-time favorite Briar photos (the middle right photo on the right page kills me). I kept the embellishments to a minimum so that the images could be the focal point, but I still had to bring in a few fun pops of yellow + pink to offset all that blue :)

Supplies: BasicGrey Capture Page Protectors // 12 x 12″ Better Together Paper Pad // White Thickers // Better Together Puffy Stickers // Kelly Purkey Wooden Alpha Stamps // Black Ink Pad // Tim Holtz Blending Tool // Yellow Distress Ink // Heidi Swapp Polka Dot Stencil // 2″ Circle Punch // Tape Runner // Black Pen



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