Monday, August 22, 2022

Strasbourg Layout

I took a little break from working on this Rhine River Trip album over the past weeks and am now back in the swing of it with this layout done during today's Scrapbook with me event. Strasbourg was our 2nd stop along the Rhine River and it was such a beautiful city to visit!

The inspiration for this layout comes from this sketch from Stick It Down. You can see this sketch along with others here.

The album continues to use the Hope & Kindness Collection. The angled strips are 1 1/4" wide by 12" long and I cut each strip at around the 4" mark to be able to cross the page. I hid the spacing in between the top and bottom pieces under the photos. The title was die cut using the Slim Alphabet Thin Cuts set. I used a White Gel pen to make the letters stand out as well as to create a stitched border around the photo block on the right page. I cut some flower clusters from one of the patterns in the Hope & Kindness collection and added some White Dots to embellish the layout.

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I hope you like the layout. Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies list:

1385 - White Daisy Cardstock

Z1375 - Kraft Paper

Z1513 - White Gel Pens

Z3314 - Black & White Dots

Z4334 - Slim Alphabet Thin Cuts


  1. Wonderful work with the Stick it Down sketch! I love how you shrunk down the photo block on the righthand side. Thanks for playing along with us!

  2. Wow Karen! What a beautiful layout and it looks like a gorgeous European city too! I love seeing layouts featuring travel photos. THanks for playing with us at STick It Down!

  3. Wonderful layout. I love your color scheme, and photos in France. Beautiful job with your title and journaling. Your embellishments are the perfect addition. Thank you for joining Stick It Down--Sharon

  4. Beautiful layout! I love that deep green - it makes all the photos pop! And those patterned papers are dreamy! Thanks for crafting along with us this month at Stick It Down!