These cooler days of fall were just meant for scrapping summer images. Not so very many weeks ago we were on the water. It’s kind of sad, really. I have two fun summer layouts to share with you today…one paper and one digital. Who says I can do both?! I’m having fun with both and learning a lot!

Wild Ride (paper layout)


This layout was part of a Craft Critique review I wrote on Page Maps sketches. This layout uses one of September’s sketches for inspiration. They actually have some great new sketches up for October so check them out if you have the time!

Quick Tip: Even if you use a sketch to help design your layout, don’t feel you need to be a slave to them. In this layout I rotated the photo panel to a fun angle to make it my own.

Supply List:

-Writer’s Block Backgrounder by Cornish Heritage Farms
-flourish from Beautiful stamp set (rummage bin line) By Cornish Heritage Farms

Ink: Black Palette ink by Stewart Superior

-My Mind’s Eye
-blush red dark cardstock by Prism
-Fancy Pants Designs

-letters by American Crafts
-circle cutter,
-flowers and decorative tape by Prima
-ribbon & ric rak by Creative ImpressionsĀ 

-buttons by Autumn Leaves

-felt fish by Fancy Pants designs

-sewing machine, stapler



This layout is from the second week class of Jessica’s Sprague’s Now You’re Rockin’ Is that not a cool circle photo element? Hmmmm…I’m wondering how this would work on a paper layout….

Have a fabulous day!


5 responses to “Wild!

  1. these are so amazing! it’s hard to believe you do all of that on the compy. I don’t know, I’m still a ‘gotta touch it and feel the textures’ kinda girl, but you are quickly tempting me with these wonderful digi layouts!
    as to the circle photo, could you print that out (as one photograph) on your photo paper and then adhere to a page? just thinking ……. coffee is still working its way through the veins…………… šŸ˜‰

  2. wow awesome layouts, I miss those sunny summer days… good thing fall is so beautiful and scrapworthy

  3. Love them both….great stuff Julia working with both mediums so well.

  4. I so Love the way you arranged the pictures in both layouts, it’s like looking at a story, so neat! Neat journaling in both too!

  5. Great pages, J! You’re so good with the scrapping! You’re a natural!

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