Sometimes you see those scrapbook pages that are such an inspiration the memory of them doesn’t easily leave your mind. I remember several years ago I saw a page by Ali Edwards of her son walking away from her and she spoke about the journey of life. While I don’t remember much of the design elements, the concept of the page has always hung with me.
In February, on our way home from Great Wolf Lodge, we stopped at the railway museum in Snohomish, WA. I snapped this picture of my son walking on the railroad tracks. I knew I wanted to do a similar page.
Supplies: October Afternoon, American Crafts (Thickers), misc (floss & kraft cardstock)
Design Tip: Consistent Margins Despite the scan being uneven, the margins around the border of this page are all the same. As well as the distance the photo is from the right and bottom side of the page. The margin between the journaling block on the left and the left edge is also the same as the right side. Consistent margins create a consistent page, with a clear focus and clarity.
Price Per Page: $ (under $2 MSRP)