I’ve been getting some comic con photos scrapbooked lately. Here’s another one.
I used a Page Maps sketch for the layout. The sketch is 8-1/2 x 11, and I stretched it out for this 12 x 12 page.
I’m gonna use this layout to talk about something that happens with every artistic endeavor. Sometimes you just aren’t happy with the final project. In this case, I love so many things about the page:
- I like the combination of patterned papers. And several of them are years old papers from the stash.
- I trimmed the rounded edges off the journaling card, and I think it turned out great.
- When I was stuck for itty bitty accents, I took punctuation pieces from one of my Thickers sets. Nice!
- The photo is cool.
But still, all those good things added up don’t quite equal a page I love. I feel like it needs more embellishments, but I played around with that for days. I wish I’d used a different sticker font for “one” and “away,” but the paper tore when I tried to remove these. So I kept them.
This may not be a page I love, but I still like it, it’s good enough, and it’s DONE. So I’m calling it good.