Break out your scrapbook supplies and photos- it's time for the Layout of the Week!
Today we'll be making a layout that fits six photos on one page by arranging them into columns.
Here's the layout we'll be making.
To create it, you'll need:
two pieces of 12"x 12" cardstock
one piece of pattern paper measuring 2"x 12"
pre-made title block or letter stickers for title
embellishments: I used word stickers and tiny flowers
six photos measuring 4 1/2"x 3 1/2"
Choose which of your pieces of cardstock will be the background for the photos.
Trim 1/2" off both horizontally and vertically.
Adhere it centered on the other piece of cardstock.
Place three photos in a column on the right about 1/2" from the outer edge of the paper.
Your photos should be trimmed to 4 1/2"x 3 1/2".
Place the other three photos in a column on the left about 1/2" from the left edge of the paper.
Add your journaling to your strip of pattern paper. You can either write it or run it through a printer.
I left a space in the center for my title.
Place your title just below the center of the pattern paper strip.
You can do this with letter stickers or a pre-printed title.
I cut mine out of a pamphlet from a conference I went to.
To finish it off, add a few embellishments to the upper right corner and the lower left corner of the layout. I stacked three sticker strips and a couple of flowers. I also placed one flower on my title.
Ta-da! We're done!
Pretty simple, huh?
I do a new layout tutorial every other Wednesday. Please stop by and play along.
Imagine how many layouts you can complete by the end of the year!
Thanks for stopping by and God bless.
With men this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.