and this is the finished LO (layout);
But you say she said Photo heavy??!! Well I have gained some lovely new followers and one of them commented that she couldn't "do" scrapping. So I am going to go through my process in making this page to show Judie that it isn't as disimilar from making the beautiful cards she makes, and all you need to do is swap your stamped/decoupage/other image for a photo or two (or 3 or 4) and get a bit bigger.
I decided that I wanted to use white cardstock as the photo is fairly old and a little dark so I wanted to keep everything as light as possible to make it easier to see the photo but I inked the edge with pink ink to soften it a little. I went with the lovely aqua and pink tones of Glitz' Beautiful Dreamer line and then placed papers and photo together on the card to ensure they all match nicely;
I then went through my embellishments and picked through several that would go with the papers and could make the final LO depending on how they looked once the papers were cut to size;
As the challenge involved fabric flowers I made these three flowers to go on my layout;
I decided which papers I wanted to use and where and cut them to size. I then arranged them and the selected embellishments to fit the sketch until I had a LO I was happy with;
Finally I distressed, punched, and stuck down the papers. Added the journalling and photo and then adding the final embellishments and title;
Thanks for popping by as always I am so pleased when someone likes one of my projects enough to leave a comment and I hope this has encouraged my card-making followers to give scrapping a go.