Friday, 12 June 2015

Amaze Yourself DOUBLE-PAGE Layout
for 2 Crafty Chipboard

Over the weekend my Design Team post went up at 2 Crafty Chipboard HERE.
Sadly my term there has come to an end, but I have loved every minute of it
& am now a firm fan of 2Crafty for life!!  ANY LOCALS WANTING ANY - I WILL

So I made a DOUBLE PAGE!!!!!!!!
Haven't done that in a few years.  Since 2012 actually!
And you know what, I enjoyed it!!

So here is the LEFT-HAND side close-up.  You can refer to the 
2Crafty post, linked above, for all the chipboard detail.  

The reasons I created a double-pager are :-

1.  I'm teaching classes locally so it's good to have a sample of a simplish
 double-pager for those that want it {it's the most popular way people scrap here}

2.  I actually wanted to record all these photos together anyway, because
 they tell a story as a unit, so it made more sense to do a double page.  

Here is the RIGHT-HAND SIDE.  I used white cardstock as I wanted the mist work to 
stand out clearly {to teach people how to do it in my classes} and also because cardstock
is cheaper than patterned paper & keeping costs down on class pages is key.

I used packaging instead of patterned paper, gauze & dry-wall tape {as those are both
cheap & easily available products in Africa where scrapbooking is expensive} but of
course I couldn't resist a couple of lovely flairs & Prime flowers to finish things off!!

So what do you think?!?!
Weird for me I know but as a class page I think it's really do-able & I'm 
excited to be able to spread the mixed media love around South Africa!!


Lizzyc said...

Your double layout looks fabulous! Great idea about using packaging on your layout!

Lizzy Hill said...

I think it's a wonderful double & VERY do-able, with a few techniques thrown in for fun! And it's great seeing your girl doing that model thing......lovely photos you've gotten of her:) Good luck with the teaching.....& boy! That time for 2Crafty has FLOWN!!!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

So gorgeous! LOVING the photos and loving the chevrons!!!!!!

Val-Belle said...

I think as a class page it is fabulous. Love the photos and the chippies are amazing. A fabulous page. I love doubles.... I always have soooooo many photos that I want to use. That is why when I get back and eventually get to scrapping I am going to do project life.

Mitralee said...

Love these double page spreads! I just made one myself the other day! Love the sprinkles of paint on the white! Super cool! Do tell us about your daughter and her "gig" modeling! I'm super excited for her! Hugs!

Kathy Bradley said...

Gorgeous double page layout. The colors, chippies are awesome, as are the colors and beautiful photos of your daughter.

Unknown said...

I think this is the first double page spread I have seen Helen... and it semes to me like this is WONDERFUL. I'm impressed!! I know they will be sad to lose your fabulous talent on the team. j.

Lynette Jacobs said...

It is a beautiful double page...and it is amazing how well you incorporated mixed media. It sure does tell the whole story.

Unknown said...

This looks incredibly cool, love the contemporary feel of this x

dstandard said...

Fabulous layout! I haven't done a double pager in years either! Love all this chippies and the paint splashes! Awesome pictures of your beautiful daughter!

Denise van Deventer said...

LOL....oh my word....I must keep this post for future reference!!!! May just need to hold it against you!!!! LOL...just teasing and you know why I am saying this! ;-) I hope you have a little giggle..
Beautiful 2 pager and such stunning photo's of your daughter! She is a classic beauty! ;-)