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Often I have layouts with a lot of photos and a little bit of journaling, but today I'm sharing a layout that's the opposite. Today, I'm sharing a layout with a lot of journaling and only one tiny photo.
I had a lot of story telling to do in this layout and only 1 small photo, and a bit of souvenir paper. I decided to use large journaling cards from Simple Stories Gold Snap Pack as focal points (as well as give myself plenty of space to tell my story).
I mixed and matched papers from Crate Paper, Ken Oliver, and Bo Bunny that I felt lent themselves not only to the feel of the photo, but the feel of the stories I was telling in my journaling.
Usually I'm careful to keep my photos the focal point of my layouts, so it was kind of fun to do something different and make my journaling the focal point. How have you dealt with a lot of journaling on a layout?