I have been remiss...I see that I am a bit behind sharing for the month of May. I began an Arbonne consulting business and have been so busy getting that off the ground - my computer time was very focused on creating class aids and such. I apologize for neglecting to post here, my two-page sketch that I created for BoBunny's sketch challenge issued May 21st. However, I am sure the BoBunny fans were able to obtain the sketch for the BoBunny blog...and I bet many of you are already done with your layout!
If you are doing the weekend BoBunny blog hop - all comments in the thread below are due in by midnight on Monday, May 31.
Rub-ons overlap the photos at both the lower left and upper right corners of the two page spread - this helps unify the two pages. When there are a lot of photos, I tend to minimize journaling to keep the layout from being crowded. It is important, when other children are included in the photo, to identify them for years down the raod. I used a archival safe pen to simply write the names of the children vertically along the side of photos.
Although I am late sharing this for the BoBunny sketch challenge, I hope those who enjoy sketches will find this two pager to your liking, and give you an idea for using die-cut shape papers which are found in so many collections nowadays.
As always, happy creating!