Day 4 Class: The Letter Home
You've been at camp for several days now, so I bet you're feeling the need to write a letter home. With all the fun activities you've done at camp, deciding what to write will be a cinch. But how can you incorporate that writing on a layout once you're back home? That can be a cinch, too. Just check out these five tips. You'll find that these ideas will help you scrapbook any letters and postcards in your memorabilia files from days gone by, too!
Tip #1: Show Individual Letters on 8.5" x 11" Stationery
What's the easiest way to showcase a letter? Let it fill up an entire page of a two-page layout! Simply adhere only the top portion of the letter--that way you'll be able to flip it over to read the back; or use photo corners to attach the letter to the layout instead. If you scrapbook 12" x 12", you can just scraplift this layout by Carey Johnson and leave a border around the outer edges of the page design.
Write by Carey Johnson. Supplies Patterned paper and chipboard letters: Scenic Route; Star: Heidi Swapp for Advantus; Font: Century Gothic.
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