I have a confession to make. I am infatuated with Project 365 layouts. Week after week, I love browsing the galleries for these special pages. However, as you know, Project 365 doesn’t fit into my busy lifestyle. So why the fascination?
First of all, I love the simple focus on words and stories with a few products that support not detract. More importantly, I find these layouts to be unique studies in multi-photo design. We all want to get more bang for our scrapping effort and Project 365-style pages are a prime mechanism. I enjoy seeing how the scrapper found bits of space for journaling and made a full page totally work.
Below are some of the best examples I could find and what I’m loving about it. I encourage you to click on each layout to visit the artist’s gallery and leave a friendly comment.
But first, before you do that, I need to offer some special recognition to Kayleigh. She is a wonderfully talented P365 scrapper, one of my scrapping icons and the artist of the layout above (and yesterday’s too!). If you’ve never browsed her gallery, be prepared for your jaw to drop.
On some inspiration posts, I comment a lot- and on others a little. I this case, I didn’t want to detract from the images with too many words. I want you to study the examples and pull in your own insights. So tell me, what design tips did you gather from this mini-gallery?