Two-Page Summer Scrapbook Pages | Blog Hop

Two-Page Summer Scrapbook Pages | Blog Hop | Get It ScrappedThis post is one in a blog-hop series on two-page summer layouts. After you check out my layout, be sure to see the others in the series linked below.

The Layout

This two-page layout is a combined lift of pages by Lynn Grieveson and Amber Ries made for the Get It Scrapped Membership class “Loving the Double Wide” which is all about 2-page layouts. The lift is detailed in another membership class, “Scrapbook Coach Double Wide,” and you can view the video for it below for free.

The subject of the page is a beach outing that another mom and I took a group of 15-year-olds on. The video below details how the clusters were built, how the two sides are united, and how balance is achieved with these organic clusters on facing pages.

Two-Page Summer Scrapbook Pages | Blog Hop

Beach Day by Debbie Hodge | Supplies: Sea of Love by Pink Reptile Designs; Abstract FotoBlendz, Tissue Alpha Yellow by Anna Aspnes; Triumph by Laurie Ann; Borders by Sara Gleason; Paintshop Brushes and Styles by Just Jaimee; Flossy Stitches Yellow by Katie Pertiet; True North font

Video Lesson

This Scrapbook Coach video lesson is one of 70+ videos in the Get It Scrapped membership library that you can scrapbook alongside to make a page that’s yours — and that’s informed by design lessons in composition and color and pattern mixing. Want more? Join us.

Blog Hop

  1. Becki Adams
  2. Get It Scrapped  <—- YOU ARE HERE
  3. Click, Write Share | Sarah Fitzgerald
  4. Scrappy Therapy | Linda Norman
  5. Photo Tripping with Mama Lynn | Lynn Bisset
  6. Diana Brinsley’s Memory Keeping Blog

3 Responses to Two-Page Summer Scrapbook Pages | Blog Hop

  1. Sarah Fitzgerald July 1, 2015 at 9:41 pm #

    Great layout! I love all the elements. Thank you for sharing. :)

  2. Kim A. July 3, 2015 at 10:11 am #

    I love the colors you used. Awesome double page layout!

  3. Linda July 4, 2015 at 1:50 pm #

    Fun layout, love the title. The clusters is a interesting way to get lots of photos on!

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