Pink Fresh Two Pagers

Confession time: I am terrified of two pagers.

Okay, maybe not terrified, but slightly intimidated? I struggle with double page layouts, and just don’t do them often. And yet, I made more than one double page layouts at a crop last month, and basically need to question my entire scrappy identity. I think what really made the difference is the epic papers in the Pinkfresh Out & About collection, and some ridiculously fun photos and memories from our Scotland trip last summer. I guess it’s just too much goodness for one page?!

I just love these papers! I love the arrows, the circles, the colours, and I didn’t want to cover up much of either pattern. I used the white space on the left for journaling, and accented the arrows with small letter stickers for my long subtitle. Mixing and matching bits is kind of my jam, so I do enjoy how this turned out.

Pinkfresh double pager number two is still all about the papers, which fill a Paige Evans cut file perfectly. This one was a bit trickier, since I wanted to use both sides. A little cutting and piecing made that work. I mixed in some older Pinkfresh collections here; the colours and sentiments worked perfectly.

I really wanted this to be a fun, bright spread with some silly numbers and notes from our trip. (Number of blisters popped, anyone?!) I used up some random letter stickers and numbers from my stash, and happily spent a chunk of time chatting and cutting papers for the signage cut file.

It’s too soon to say whether my two page terror is subsiding, that may take a few more, but I am happy to have some favourite papers, fun photos and vibrant spreads to add to my travel album.

Thanks for coming by!

Cheryl

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