Dome - Interactive 12x12 Layout Process // Summer of Stories - Episode D

June 13, 2019

Happy Thursday friends! I'm back to share a new episode of Summer of Stories! Today we're exploring Episode D. Now, this layout is drastically different than the Episode C layout. This simplistic layout truly lets the elements speak for themselves. But it emphasizes the fact that the supporting elements still help drive the design.

As you can already tell, D is for Dome. I had the change to tour the Capitol Building on a visit to Washington D.C. It was one of the best tours that we ever went on in D.C. and it was free! I would highly recommend it. Check out my process video below for more details on the layout and the tour.

Besides having a unique style and a unique story, this layout is also different because of its interactive element. Many of you know that I love including memorabilia on to my layouts and this was no exception. Pamphlets are harder to work with because you don't want to glue it down, in case you want to read the last page! 

I came up with a washi tape design that would allow the pamphlet to still be viewable on all pages! If you didn't catch the process video yet, know that this layout finished off a roll of washi tape, like what?! This layout may be simple, but it packs an elegant punch! I hope you enjoyed this page. What are you scrapbooking for Episode D?

Download the Episode D Stories List Printable Here!

Thank you so much for stopping by! I truly hope you enjoyed these tips and tricks for interactive and simple layouts! Don't forget to share your projects this summer with #SummerOfStories2019!

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