I have recently started looking at the scrapbook workshops differently. I use to create them as directed, or at least mostly, but now I look to see what the die cuts are that are included, what stickers did they use and if I have photos that will be enhanced by the images.
I love the little vignette in the lower right corner.
One of the other things that has changed over the years in my scrapbooking is that I will use photos from more than one year, or occasion. This layout incorporates photos from multiple years.
I used a fanfold paper to give me more room for photos. (Upper right corner) There is a process video if you want to see more details.
You would think, that someone that loves random stamping as much as I do, would actually do it more often than I do! Thankfully, yesterday as I was creating this layout, I decided the background was plane and needed something.
IF you’ve been following my posts/videos lately, you might have noticed that I use many flip flaps in my layouts. I just love how they can hide journaling, (or a sensitive photo), let me add more photos without cluttering the page, and even make a fun interactive element.
Also, the “title” in the top left corner of the left page is a $1 SVG from Close to my Heart, and I’ve used the pumpkins from it on several other projects. Just love the diversity!
Here’s the process video if you would like to see that.
Cascade fold is a great fun fold that packs a WOW & allows you to send a piece of artwork in the mail.
I had some Boo Crew papers & pumpkins that were leftover from a LO on my craft desk, so I decided to make my “Learning” card from those papers.
I decided I wanted to kick things up a notch and did a black base cascade and attached pattern papers to the front & back of the different areas. I think this is a favorite. (It does take much more time.)
What do you get when you combine photos & layouts that were assembled for workshops that I taught? Album-ready pages in less than 30 minutes!
I added 1 flip flap (to the page above) and cut 4 photos down to fit into one space, and wah-lah I have paired these photos to a layout that has been sitting in a tote for about 10 years!
This particular layout was from a swap I coordinated. The swap was to give CTMH Makers a sample of every page of Imagine pattern book by Jeanette Lynton. I do not know who made this layout, but they did a great job. I never would paired the red with the green/blues, but I’m so glad she did as It works great with my photos.