Yesterday, I finished a layout that I'd had lying on my desk all week. Paris has been on my mind because of this weekend's events, so I thought it made sense to finish up this layout about my time in Paris last summer. (In the days ahead, look for a blog post more specifically about the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.)
I started with some old paper that I've had in my stash forever, but I don't think the layout feels dated since I used pretty new product for embellishments. In this section, you can see that I hand wrote on a vellum bubble sticker and added a gold arrow, a clear acrylic heart, a gold heart, and a couple of word embellishments.
This is the left side of the layout where I stacked several embellishments along the side and included the title made out of American Crafts letter stickers. I like the combination of chipboard stickers, the kraft tag, the large brad, the gold heart, and the phrase sticker.
I journaled in two spots on the layout, directly on the background paper as you can see here and also on a PL card. I could've probably written even more, but I guess I can always tell more of the story on subsequent layouts if I really want to do so.
Here's one more look at the layout. I've started putting my layout on the magnet board/chalkboard in my office so that I can take a look at what I've made throughout the week. It's a nice touch that I've been enjoying in recent weeks. Where do you store your most recently completed projects? Do you put them immediately into albums or what?