Scrappy Monday, y'all! I didn't get as much scrapping done over the weekend as I could have wished, but I DID FINISH THE CHINA BOOKS!!!!!!!!!! I'm a little excited about that ;) Not only are all the pages done, the albums are all put together and all the pages are in their sheet protectors and they are 100% DONE. Very excited.
But for today's post, we're in Japan, not China. And we're finishing up coverage of the orchid festival.
This is the third layout, so no journaling--it's really just an excuse to squeeze in more pretty flower pictures. It was kind of like a puzzle figuring out how to fit everything together, hot to arrange the different colors and how many freckly flowers should go together or should they be interspersed with non-freckly ones. Here's the sketch I used:
Pretty fun, right? Again, I left off a title and journaling on my pages, but sketches are there to be a jumping-off point so I don't have to slavishly follow the sketch. I make 'em work for me.
Same color palette as before: Pink Pirouette, Sweet Sugarplum, Rich Razzleberry, Barely Banana, and Wild Wasabi. I used the same floral pattern as from the second layout, and instead of the stamped Barely Banana butterflies I used another pattern of Wild Wasabi stripes. The lighter color stripes still looked kinda banana-y so I think they pages all still go together.
Y'all have a great Monday. I'm off to chase the boy child. Cheers!
Supplies, all SU!
Paper: Pink Pirouette, Wild Wasabi, Blooms & Bliss DSP, Porcelain Prints DSP