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Opah and Grand Daughter Layout


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The inspiration for this layout was my daughter’s first ride on a lawn tractor with her grandfather.

Opah and Grand Daughter Layout

Scrapbook Supplies

• Daisy pattern green photo mounting paper
• Green photo mounting paper
• 1 caption sticker
• Double sided adhesive

Scrapbook Tools

• Personal trimmer
• Ruler
• Scissors

Scrapbooking Notes:

I backed the main photo with a piece of green photo mounting paper to make it stand out slightly against the patterned background. I centered the photo showing the most complete view of the lawn tractor Macey Ann and her grandfather to highlight it as the subject of the layout. I cropped the other two similar photos to just show a bit of the tractor but mostly to highlight the people in the photo. These two similar photos are arranged side by side to show the sequence of action in them as well as the expressions of the subjects in the photos. I used a sticker featuring the caption “Through the eyes of a child” as a title for the layout because it captures the spirit of what is happening in the photos. Journaling can be added beside and below the photos in text boxes or directly on the page.

 

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