Recently I had a business trip to Atlanta to co-facilitate a workshop for teachers. I enjoy these trips as I get to reconnect with friends and explore restaurants in the local area. The Atlanta Fish Market was within walking distance of our hotel and little did I know that my experience there would become my next Project 52 scrapook page!
I wish you could have seen our faces when Christina's plate arrived. I have never seen such a large fish just sitting in the middle of a plate! Was the food delicious? Absolutely! Would I ever order a whole redfish? Absolutely not. But you have to admit - it does make a pretty picture on my scrapbook page!
Try this scrapbook layout at home the next time you have four photos to feature on a page. Decide which photo will be the feature and reduce the size of the other three. And finally, add some brads and corresponding scrap card stock for a touch of interest to complete the page. Remember, a Project 52 page is a sample of those minor events that happen on a day in your life that you don't want forget - keep them light-hearted or poignant and keep your page layouts clean and simple.
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