Today I'm bringing you a sister page to the one I share previously this week (which you can find here). I call it a sister page only because I didn't plan on making a double page layout, but I found more beautiful photos of the tiger and decided I wanted to scrapbook them. Of course, I wanted a sort of double layout out of these two without being super matchy-matchy. Here's an overview of this layout.
This layout isn't as loud as the other one, but still has some fun elements! I haven't made a layout with a plain kraft cardstock background, so this was fun to work with. My inspiration for this layout was the previous one, but on a more muted scale. By selecting a very neutral background, it lets the colors, elements, and photos pop for more effect.
I used this amazing feather stamp from American Crafts to add some interest to the background. I selectively placed the stamped images to where I knew I would be putting some clusters. One of my favorite clusters on this layout is the one in the bottom right. The main focus is this little journaling box from Seven Paper. Then, to continue the color scheme, I added the same green Recollection enamel dots and the tiniest Studio Calico heart sticker. Peaking out from behind that is a strip of the diagonal bright green washi tape.
I opted for a simpler title on this layout since it will be next to the very powerful title (both physically and mouth-full wise) on the other layout.I decided I wanted a triple cluster ratio going on so I created this fun cluster at the top of the page. The die-cut banner is from K&Company and the tiny word sticker is from Simple Stories Carpe Diem.
Lastly, I created another small cluster featuring the stamps in the bottom right. This cluster features similar items, but this time includes a word sticker from Studio 116. My main tiger photo on this page has a paper mat made of Pebbles Garden party and then a dimensional aspect of the same cork used on the sister layout. That pretty much wraps up this page! I think often times we realize that we make more pages than we realize and I hope this is inspiration for you to create more sisterly type layouts in the near future! Thanks for stopping by!