Well, February flew by! It feels funny to be here sharing my March layouts for Simple Scrapper. I made 2 this month, here's the first. In November I went to San Antonio with my parents. We had a fun trip and I liked this picture that my dad took. It's a little off-center but that's why I like it.
I stuck to a neutral color scheme with pops of color. That seems to be my go-to these days. I used a bunch of different black, gray, tan and kraft papers. I used pale pink and yellow for my pops of color. I went a little embellishment happy around the photo. Almost all of them are Studio Calico embellishments. I have a ton so I really wanted to use them up without making the page to cluttered. The 'hello' stamp is from my shop.
My second layout is documenting my time working from home. Friday was my last day, so now I'm just home. I took this photo on a particularly sunny day when I was working from my bed.
I used a similar color scheme here, neutrals + pink. With all the patterns going on, I had to stick to a neutral palette or it would never work. I love the mix of lines and dots and chevrons. I just used a few simple wood veneer embellishments.
The photo is raised a bit using pop dots. The dimension helps add a little bit more interest to this simple page.
I'm linking my post up at the Simple Scrapper Community Show & Tell today. Over there, you'll find a ton more inspiration!
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