What a Week | Week Two

BasicGrey | Capture

 

Happy Monday! Today I’m here to share another installment of my weekly Capture album:

 

BasicGrey | What a Week | Ann-Marie Morris

 

For this week’s spread, I wanted to showcase my favorite photos from a recent trip I took to Utah in a fun way, so I printed one picture to fit a full-size page protector (left side) and three narrow photos to fit the 4×6″ bottom pocket (right side). I love to mix things up and experiment with different sized images within the constraints of the page protectors.

 

BasicGrey | What a Week | Ann-Marie Morris

 

The full-page protector sheets are perfect for full-page photos and minimal embellishments. I cut out the “Hooray” from the RSVP Snippets pad and used the remainder of the Snippet to typewrite a short sentence.

 

BasicGrey | What a Week | Ann-Marie Morris

 

I love incorporating Carte Postale products into my Capture albums, especially these fun flair badges featuring great colors and sayings.

 

BasicGrey | What a Week | Ann-Marie Morris

 

The “Travel” sticker comes from the Carte Postale alpha sheet and fit the width of the photo perfectly (love when that happens!). And of course, no layout is complete without yellow candy buttons for a pop of color and dimension.

 

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I stamped the word “June” twice onto a tan label sticker with this stamp set and placed it directly on top of the page protector. Utilizing the exterior of page protectors allows you to break up the grid and create unexpected visual interest.

 

BasicGrey | What a Week | Ann-Marie Morris

 

Two of my favorite products from the Capture collection are the blue journaling pad insert and the sticky note assortment pack because they not only work as embellishments, but they are also perfect for jotting down quick notes for an upcoming spread. For this layout, I used the journaling pad insert to list the highlights from my trip and then placed a yellow sticky note on the side to act as a colorful tab. So many fun options!

 

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35 thoughts on “What a Week | Week Two

  1. Love this layout and book very snag journal style I can get into scraping this way really highlights the products well.even though I just stocked up on swack of basic gray of I goo too find some off these goodies

  2. Love this layout and looks very smash journal style I can get into scrapping this way really highlights the products well.even though I just stocked up on a swack of basic gray off I go to find some off these goodies

  3. My favorite Basic Grey line right now is Basics— for the mere fact I have been able to incorporate so much of it into so many projects and I like have a line here or there to journal onto.

  4. what a wonderful album. All your pictures are great and I love your details. The different sizes are so neat looking. Coming over from tater tots

  5. I love this line – it looks so versatile. I’ve been doing Project Life for a year and a half and I would love to try a smaller album than the 12×12.

  6. These photos make my heart stop each time I look at them…and I’ve had them for almost 2 years! It was time to get them on a page. If you’ve never seen a flag retirement ceremony, I strongly urge you to find one in your area (summers are a really good time for them with VFWs and Boy Scout Troops) and participate. It is truly humbling and a brings about such a feeling of patriotism.

  7. The full-page protector sheets are perfect for full-page photos and minimal embellishments. I cut out the “Hooray” from the RSVP Snippets pad and used the remainder of the Snippet to typewrite a short sentence.

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  9. When using divided page protectors, I like to work from biggest to smallest, so I filled the 4×6″ bottom pocket with a family photo and added a Carte Postale label sticker and chipboard button to the outside of the page protector. From there, I wrote my journaling on a sheet of neutral-colored ledger paper and tucked it into the center pocket. For the upper left pocket, I decided to capitalize on the white space in the photo as a place for the eye to rest, so I added a strip of Carte Postale vellum tape and a staple on top of that. And finally, for the upper right pocket, I went a little bit more heavy-handed with the embellishments by using a handful of Carte Postale patterned papers , a Snippet , woodgrain alphas , a tabbed sticky note , and three Candy Buttons .

  10. The full-page protector sheets are perfect for full-page photos and minimal embellishments. I cut out the “Hooray” from the RSVP Snippets pad and used the remainder of the Snippet to typewrite a short sentence.

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