2021: Spring Break 2021 – Squid Lips and Sand on the Beach

While on Spring Break 2021 in Florida with my son we went to a few restaurants that were really fun. This page highlights two of them – Squid Lips and Sand on the Beach both in Melbourne, Florida.

I used beach vacation background pages for this spread. The left page is neon green to match the color of the squid in the title on this page, which I created using Cricut Design Studio and cut on my Cricut machine. I used images from Cricut Design studio and tried to closely mimic the logo from Squid Lips. I matted the photos with the same green cardstock as the squid was cut from. This is a really fun restaurant that can have quite a wait, but there are a lot of things to explore while you are waiting, and I found the food to be delicious.

The right hand page has three pictures from Sand on the Beach where we ate lunch one day and I also found to be delicious. We ate on the balcony and enjoyed a walk on the beach afterwards. For this page I used a picture of the restaurant sign on the outside of the building to help title the page as it is a very interesting three dimensional sign. The photos are matted in a tan paper that was also used to make the torn edge border on the left-hand page. I also added a sticker that my son gave me from Pineapple Pools – the business that he was working for at the time. If you are looking for a pool building in the Melbourne, FL area I know that he would recommend them.

Moving forward, for most of my scrapbook creations I have also created videos that show me putting them together and talking about the experiences as well as the techniques that I am using. So please enjoy watching this spread being created and assembled:

Categories: 2021, Spring Break 2021

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