Europe Vacation: Corcassonne, France
The stop in Corcassonne, France was exciting for me. Corcassonne is a medieval town built inside of a fortress. I purchased a sword while in Corcassonne, which was quite an adventure getting through customs on the way back into the U.S. The entire town had a cold gray stone feel to it, so I wanted the page to reflect the same drab feel. I used gray background paper on the left side and a lighter one on the right side. In order to tie the two pages together I reversed the borders on the pictures to match the opposite page. As I look back on this layout I probably now would not have added the castle graphic to the left page. You can also see that my failure to correctly spell the town’s name in my journal led to an incorrect spelling on the pages.
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Posted on January 6, 2013, in Europe Vacation and tagged Corcassonne, europe vacation, France, MASCrapping, masculine scrapbooking, masculine scrapping, medieval town, scrapbooks for men. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.