Lesley said that by printing her photos at 2 inches wide, she was able to include 37 of them in her album.
Another one of Lesley's tricks for including added interest and information is to write directly on your photo.
Just make sure that you use a marker designed for writing on slick surfaces so that it won't smear and ruin your photo.
She has also used some Elle's Studio tags on all of her layouts, which can be purchased seperately in the store.
Sarah is also super addicted to the Studio Calico wood veneer stars that were in last month's "Take A Note" kit,
so you'll see that they've found their way onto the following layout
The Heidi Swapp Color Magic letter stickers are also from "Take A Note".
Tara Van Moorsel
Love this stitched paper from Prima.
I've added in some of the Heidi Swapp labels and a Martha Stewart tag from May's "The Places You'll Go".
I've also included Studio Calico badges on a lot of my layouts this month.
Some were included in last month's "Take A Note" and some are from Studio Calico's Abroad Collection (available in the store).
Elle's Studio tags can be purchased seperately in the store.
My attempt at a double-sided layout using a transparency as the base. Inspired by this video by Shimelle Lane.
In fact, this video is the reason there were transparencies in the kits this month :)
I couldn't wait to try her idea after seeing it! Visit her blog for incredible inspiration. You won't be disappointed :)
A combination of the Mister Huey Buttercup (included in "Workin' For The Weekend"),
Broken China Distress Stain and Vintage Photo Distress Ink on the letter stickers.
American Crafts Aqua WOW glitter on the DIY Thickers.