Here is the sketch
I decided to once again go back to my pictures that I had been taking for my 2010 project of a Photo Per Day & decided on some that I took on a walk along the River Dee, Chester.
This is my page - or correctly - pages
The pages were created in Serif CAP & I used a digikit called Hurklewood - also from Serif. After choosing a background paper I flipped it for the second page so that the plant in the lower corner came together as one plant. (Mind you most of it is covered by the ribbons going across the pages now). I also flipped the 2 picture frames so that the plant on that came together in the centre. For the circular image I chose a large yellow daisy style flower & made it even larger. After getting everything laid on the pages I didn't like the empty-ish look of the right hand page. So I took one of my other photos - taken looking down the river - & reduced its transparency, softened the edges then merged it into the background page. This effectively creates another background page.
I enjoyed this double spread layout & I think I might be doing more of them now.
Thank you for visiting my little blog I do hope you enjoyed your time here.