This post is about holiday layouts that I've scrapped in the last few months (apart from the Japan ones, which I separated into another post). Scrapping all these holiday photos really makes me appreciate how fortunate we are to be able to go on so many holidays and I love being able to document and treasure all those amazing memories.
Garden by the Bay
We passed through Singapore during Chinese New Year for an Asian cruise and took some time to go the gardens by the bay. We were given some free tickets by some very generous people who couldn't use them, so we went up to one of the plant towers. I do not like heights and this thing is a floating walkway between some enormous and very tall structures. Couldn't get down quick enough, but I did brave a photo or two. Just don't look down! Don't you love the map paper background?
I love the gold foil 'fabulous' accent and the globe is so cute.
I cut out the orange arrows, one for the top and bottom to draw your eye to the photos.
I just love this paper line from Shimelle. So much fun to play with. The photos were taken at the beginning of our trip to the US last summer.
I fussy cut the luggage and tickets to go round the photos.
Love all the tickets and the airport flip board wording. I used to love watching those boards flip in the old days
I love how the cute chipboard plane matches the Cathay Pacific plane in the background of the photo on the right.
Papers and chipboard by American Crafts Shimelle Go Now Go collection
The Best Fun Ever
This layout cracks me up every time. We experienced some vertical sky diving tunnel on board the cruise ship we were on last summer. Amazing that they have such things on ships. Putting on the outfits and helmets were a laugh and although we only got to hover, it was a lot of fun.
I'm in love with clear stickers right now and the camera sticker is too cute. I used the 'fun' foam word to add to the title.
The red heart balances the red on the left of the layout. Love the faux Dymo accents.
The die cut stars came with the MCS kit and I think they are cute layered behind the photos.
See you in the next post,