A 10-Photo Sketch
If you're stuck with a lot of photos (how about 10 of them?) and aren't sure how to fit them all on one layout, try out this sketch design!
Retirement by Becky Higgins. Supplies Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper; Patterned paper: Scenic Route; Letter stickers and brad: American Crafts; Corner-rounder punch: EK Success; Ink: ColorBox, Clearsnap; Pen: Precision Pens, American Crafts; Font: Gill Sans; Adhesive: Easy-Stick, Duck Products, Henkel Corporation.
Notice how I used a 12" x 6" photo that spanned both pages of my layout instead of using two 6" x 6" photos. See how you can adapt the sketch to make it your own!
Becky's time-saving tip: Let this layout design be a reminder that even just one or two simple elements (a strip of patterned paper or a turned corner) can be all you need to complete a layout. I really appreciate layouts that take less time. Don't you?
To see more layouts based on this sketch, check out the "Becky's Sketch" column in the September 2009 issue of Creating Keepsakes.
Free Sketch Downloads
Try these variations on this month's sketch! You can download them in a PDF file for your binder.
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