One of the highlights on this trip was to Lake Balaton in Hungary. It was the biggest lake in Central Europe. On our road trip to Lake Balaton, we stopped by the small town of Veszprem. We loved the quaint and queer vibes of this city and there was a great cliff look-out of the city. We had a whale of a time taking photos and I just had to document about it.
I positioned my photos to one side of the layout, in a linear and chronological order. That way, the sequence of the photos will go easy on the eyes. Thereafter, I found small embellishments and word phrases and placed them around the photos.
I loved the print of the pink flammingo patterned papers in the collection and used it to create and void the empty space in the layout. Sometimes less is more and it doesn't mean that you need to use embellishments to fill in the extra spaces or gaps. Even papers can do that job!
Using some pop dots, I 'popped' up the title and completed the rest of the layout with some embellishments. Centralising the title in the middle of the page also helps to ensure the focus of the page - the photos and the title.
That completes this month's post. I hope you found the tips useful. Till then, I will see you next month with a brand new post.
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Patterned Papers : Echo Park's Summer Fun
Embellishments : Echo Park's Summer Fun and Crate Paper