2017 Happenings by Dagi’s Temp-tations
Each month Dagi’s Temp-tations comes out with a new collection of four weekly templates as part of the 2017 Happenings Collection. Each template varies with the number of photo spots and the different element layers that are included. Each set is wonderful and each set is full of possibilities for customizing your layout whether you do a weekly layout or are just looking for a great template to start your page with. I used one layout from three different sets to complete the next series of pages I want to share.
2017 Happenings – Week 33-36 – Template 1
I used the first template in Dagi’s Temp-tations – 2017 Happenings – Week 33-36 to complete my page about all the beauty to be found in the Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, Thailand. The most striking feature was all the orchids to be found throughout the airport. I used Laurie’s Scraps – Family Honor to tell the story. The fonts are Archer and Gangster Shadow Shine.
2017 Happenings – Week 17-20 – Template 4
The fourth template in the 2017 Happenings – Week 17-20 was perfect for my layout about the Burj Khalifa currently the world’s tallest building. I liked the way I was able to use the bottom space for my journaling. I used the Gingerbread Ladies – Spice of Life which was a free with purchase kit at Ginger Scraps for this page. The fonts are Caviar Dreams and XXII Arabian One Night Stand.
2017 Happenings – Week 5-8 – Template 3
I covered one of the photo spots in template 3 with paper for my journaling which worked out really well especially with the addition of an element. That is why 2017 Happenings – Week 5-8 like all the others in this set work so well for whatever you have to scrap. They are easy to adapt. While we were visiting the beach you could also see the Burj Al Arab off in the distance. This is another one of Dubai’s unique buildings. Since so much of the beach is also visible in the picture I decided to use MagsGraphics – Beach Fun to complete the page. Fonts include Caviar Dreams and Soybeanut which was the challenge font for September.