Hiya ThermOWeb fans!

Suzanna here today to share with you a scrapbook layout looking back upon the year. 2020 wasn’t all roses but it wasn’t all that bad either. Memory keeping is not only the good but the bad and the in-between moments of life. This is a summary page or conclusive summary of my 2020 albums. I used ThermOWeb product for the imagery of the reflective nature of this layout.

Looking Back Scrapbook Layout with Deco Foil

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This is an interactive layout with two fold-outs; one on the front/blue patterned paper and the blue patterned paper is actually a fold-out to reveal what will be a summary of photo highlights of the year and a typed closure.

The whole back page that houses the summary photos and has the black starry border is shimmery and shiny, thanks to Glitter Dust Ultra Fine Glitter Spray. I sprayed it onto 110 lb heavy cardstock and there wasn’t any warping to worry about. For that celebratory feel that the New Year has, I have cascading stars as the border of the page. They resemble hanging sparkling fairy lights or the stars in the night sky.

Playing on the theme of “reflecting” or looking back, I have created a rearview mirror. This is a digital cut file that I created. Silver Deco Foil on a PeelnStick Toner sheet that I cut out with a Silhouette provides the perfect reflective surface. I can literally see my own reflection in my rearview mirror! If you happen to get your fingerprints all over it, as I did, a photo memory cleaning cloth or glasses cleaning cloth are the perfect way to shine up that surface – useful tip!

And because you can never have enough shine and shimmer, I backed part of the title using a “patterned” silver, Gina K Designs Fancy Foils in Sparkling Silver. What is so magical about this particular foil is not conveyed in this photo but you actually get the rainbow reflected back at you, in the right light.

Another window into my thoughts of 2020 can be found under the photo which folds out. This 4×6 card from Elle’s Studio is the perfect verbal summary in two sentences or less of the year that I have expounded upon underneath.

To see how all this comes together, be sure to head over to YouTube or click on the video link below.

Looking Back Scrapbook Layout Video Tutorial

Thanks for stopping in today! Best wishes for a safe and Happy New Year! See you in 2021!

Suzanna

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