Be Your Own Guide To Easy Scrapbooking: National Park Themed Scrapbook Spread

In the 1980s, the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries coined the term shinrin-yoku, which translates to “forest bathing” or “absorbing the forest atmosphere.” It’s the method of simply immersing oneself in nature — a practice of being calm and quiet amongst the trees, observing nature with all your senses to derive physical, mental, emotional and social health, benefits and well-being. (Sounds relaxing and rejuvenating, right?!) Well, today we’re taking a step not only into nature, but also into an easy-going Fast2Fab™ national park themed scrapbook spread that will guide you toward a great, no-stress creative journey.

National park themed two-page scrapbook spread.

To create this layout you will need:

Step 1: Adhere four 4″ x 6″ and four 6″ x 4″ photos to the Fast2Fab™ spread (with lines and photographic treetops border) as shown.

Step 2: Add an embellishment cluster to space in the middle of arranged photos on each page. Add three circular badge embellishments and two pairs of animal tracks embellishments to each page as shown.

Step 3: Journal directly on the pages below the photos.

Do you like the easy-breezy nature of Fast2Fab™ scrapbooking? What do you think of the quick steps of this national park scrapbook spread… and what photos would you highlight?

4 thoughts on “Be Your Own Guide To Easy Scrapbooking: National Park Themed Scrapbook Spread

  1. Love Fast2Fab pages and albums, I think it makes it so easy to make a page that looks very detailed and is very easy to make by adding pictures and embellishments! Please give more ideas using the F2F products. TY

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