2021: Spring Break 2021 – Sea Watch and 15th Street Fisheries

I decided to combine these two restaurants that we enjoyed into one spread, even though one occurred during our ride on the Fort Lauderdale Water Taxi, and the other happened later in the day. I chose blues and greens for the background based on the colors in the fish that is part of the title block on the right-hand page. The borders were created using a jagged edge tearing tool.

The right-hand page celebrates our amazing meal at 15th Street Fisheries in the middle of our Fort Lauderdale Water Taxi adventure. The two right-hand side pictures look very similar, but if you look carefully, you will see that something is different between the two pictures, which is what I was trying to capture. The other picture is of my aunt and our delicious food. We were fortunate enough to get seated on the dock and were able to watch people feeding the fish in the waterway while we enjoyed our meal. I made the title block using Cricut Design Space and cut it out on my Cricut machine.

The left-hand page is from the restaurant, Sea Watch, which is also in Fort Lauderdale, and which one of my relatives helped to build many years ago. We were not too hungry and so we enjoyed coffee and Key Lime pie which apparently, they are famous for. I used a picture of their street sign to help title this side and placed the pictures right next to each other. Notice that I used a corner punch to cut only the outside edges of the 4-photo block and the matting on this side. This technique helps to tie the 4 photos together.

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:

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