Using multiple photos on a single page layout takes some work. Once you select your focal point photo and supporting photos, you need to find a way to make your focal point photo stand out from all the rest.
For this layout I've opted to draw attention to my focal point photo in three ways:
it's larger than the others,
I've added six smaller supporting photos. That's a total of SEVEN photos on a single page layout!
This double-sided patterned paper is from the KI Memories Posh collection: etiquette and vineyard. I've used a coordinating decorative brad and two foam stickers from the same collection. The brown and light aqua cardstock is from Bazzill. A single line of Star Dust Stickles adorns the photo corner. All of this was part of my September Layout Challenge Kit from the Scrappers Cove.
I've shown all sides of the patterned papers by using some as a border strip, a grounding strip for the title, a large layout matting as well as matting for each of the photos.
The border strip of flowers begged for shimmering jewels:
The two tones of My Little Shoebox Sprinkle Glaze Alphabet Stickers in Ocean and Lagoon were perfect for the title of this layout! (Thanks again, Bethany!)
I've left a border around three edges of the layout's base for handwritten journaling with a fine tip Micron brown marker:
"Spending 17 hours, on a bus, without anyone I knew, back and
forth from Las Vegas, for just 2 hours of site seeing at the North
Rim and South Rim of the Grand Canyon, was worth every single
minute! It is magnificent!!!"
Here's a pic of the full seven photo single page layout:
It's been quite some time since my bus trip to see the splendors of the Grand Canyon. I've enjoyed revisiting that special place, through these pictures.