Do you do double-page layouts? Have you noticed that they are making a come-back? or maybe they are rising up for the first time depending on your point of view?
Deana Boston has an amazing ability to fit in numerous photos, stories galore, adorable embellishments that we all love as scrappers, and always, her pages are cohesively designed and well laid out, just look at this amazing Spring break layout. Her projects are pure eye candy and happiness drug for me.
WIP's former design team member Laina Lamb always wows me with her clean lines and grid style. I have long been an admirer of her work as they often adorn my favorite magazine: Creating Keepsakes. What I love most about Laina's work is how easily accessible it is for everyone. For example, this glorious layout here, all I need is five 4x6 photographs and I can scraplift this to suit my needs. That's inspiration delivered, design process avoided, and photos scrapped. What more can I ask for?
One last fabulous scrapper before I wrap up: Jennifer Larson. One of the things that Jenny excels in is doing layouts that incorporate "then" and "now" photos. This 2-pager showcases a year of date nights with her husband. It takes a bit of planning but the results are so worth it! How terrific is this two pager? That JBS label die cut paper is used MOST fantastically here, not to mention the awesome title work!
Before I go, I should mention that Scrapbook & Cards Today magazine runs the Project 12. The sketches are all 2-page PageMaps by Becky Fleck. They are wonderful for a jump start on a 2-page design! If you have a favorite 2-pager scrapper and/or sketch site, please feel free to link us up in the comments, the more the merrier for those of us seeking inspiration :)
All pages posted with prior permission from the artists.