Nothing says Spring quite like a nice bold nautical theme. It's navy, graphic and timeless. We've been seeing it pop up everywhere in fashion, home decor and jewelry.
It's nice to see that trend in scrapbooking products this season as well. From the bold red, white and blues of Fancy Pant's Down by the Shore to Glitz' Uncharted Waters with its additions of fuschia and gold.
This nautical page uses themed elements to highlight a day ashore on a cruise vacation. The repetition of anchors and flags bring out the 'where' of the page, while the bold turquoise color lets the landscape photo shine.
Now let's take a look at how fellow Peas are using the nautical theme in some non-conventional ways.
This pirate page by Jossiah uses the same collection on an everyday layout depicting childhood. I love the contrast of feminine flowers and an anchor here.
This popsicle page pulls the red,white and blue elements from the collection while telling a funny family story by BeckyLitz. The banner creates a shelf for the photo and adds whimsy to the layout.
This Nice Catch layout by audreykit uses beautiful layers of the Unchartered Waters collection to highlight a cute fishing shot. I love how she used twine to draw the eye to the title.
I love how brains32192 documented her thoughts on motherhood in this page using the same collection. Anchors symbolize stability and strong foundations - what could be more perfect for a page highlighting a mother/daughter relationship.
Whether it's a day at the beach, cruise vacation, silly moments or important bonds, the nautical theme has something for you.
Show us how you've used this trend in your pages. We'd love to take a peek!