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5 + Photos
Black and White Photos
Flow: Downward Diagonal
Lots of Journaling
Texture and Dimension
Layer one photo on three patterned paper circles and top with 3 flair pieces
Use the Diptic phone app to print photos quickly
Get a formal look with black and white for your photo and papers
Use the rule of thirds to get perfect placement
Make a base of patterned paper bands and top with 2 square photos
Mount three small photos above lengthy journaling
Mix stripes, dots, and a whimsical print in just the right amounts
Combine a stacked title with a cluster of tilted photos
Make a foundation of collaged patterned paper squares
Continue a scene in your photo with subtly patterned paper
Accent photos, mats and titlework with doodles and outlines
Add energy to a simple page with diagonal pinstripes
Layer clusters of labels and strips on torn corrugated cardboard base
Layer a titled photo and stacked title on a band foundation
Cut a 3 by 3 grid of boxes from your canvas and back it up with photos and papers
Record a short conversation and pair with small portrait
Layer a simple cluster on a pieced base
Surround a 2 by 2 grid of photos with embellishments and title
Use generous white space to show off a small photo
Block your canvas into 4 quadrants for 4 photos
Blend a sepia photo and accent with bold contrasting color
Angle a traditional design 45 degrees for an updated look
Combine a Hipstamatic photo with an artsy design
Place a single photo in the center of a layered cluster
Block three photos and double mat for an easy and bold page.
Enlarge a fun portrait and use a narrow white mat to set it off from a patterned canvas.
Crop five squares plus an enlargement and print title and journaling to canvas
Use a blocked design with photo, title, and journaling in one horizontal band.
Use a quick and easy Photoshop technique for blending photo into background.
Use your scraps in a “print mashup” of contrasting patterned papers
Add journaling and title to open space on an oversized photo
Pair black-and-white photo with same sized block of washi-tape strips
Use abstract and geometric patterned papers with variety in scale and density
Combine photos, title, and journaling in a blocked design.
Embellish with one motif in a variety of sizes and mediums
Pair photo enlargement with quote
Arrange your elements using a magazine article layout
Make a mosaic with photo and patterned paper scraps in a single color
Place a layered cluster at the center of a stitched burst
Emphasize one photo in a series with a mat of ribbons
Use bullet journaling and embellishments bled off the edge
Block around your photos with patterned paper scraps
Trim one photo into three pieces and frame each
Cluster chipboard shapes and build out
Use a digital mask that spans the canvas for scrapbooking landscape photos
Showcase a panoramic photo with a wide crop
Cluster three blocks in a triangle
Divide your canvas in three bands to organize photos, journaling, and title
Cluster title and embellishments around one 4″ x 6″ photo
Accent a square photo with a string of pennants
Accent a small photo with patterned paper triangles and generous white space.
Cluster a single photo with papers, journalers, frames, and strips.
Make a monochromatic page with stenciled foundation and layered photo mat.
Cluster your photo with layered papers and pennants.
Cluster photos, title, and journaling on a shelf over a patterned paper block.
Scrapbook a family portrait with a series of photo-tag clusters running across the page.
Show a progression of action with a vertical band of photos.
Scrapbook a child’s question with one portrait and a mix of alphas in a vertical band.
Cut “window” from your canvas and back it up with patterned paper.
Fill your canvas with two enlarged black-and-white photos.
Pair a 5 by 7 photo with collage of the same size.
Use a band foundation over diagonally misted canvas.
Fussy-cut a photo and use embellishments that echo photo content.
Accent a precisely blocked design with a framing semi-circle
Support a portrait-oriented photo with a landscape-oriented foundation.
Layer your canvas with paper ephemera
Mount tilted photos around your journaling and title
Layer and punch your scraps for a quick one-photo page.
Blend digital papers into a photo that didn’t turn out as you’d imagined.
Scrapbook the kinds of dreams you’ve had throughout your life.
Use one strong photo and a centered title.
Layer tone-on-tone papers and delicate embellishments in pretty clusters.
Add digital brushwork and layering to scanned artwork.
Use an instagram-styled photo template to make fast work of multi-photo pages.
Top a band foundation with stitched burst
Get details fast with artsy digital paper and photo masks.
Use white mats to make sure photos stand out on patterned paper base.
Generate a quick collage with photo editing software.
Begin with a watercolor foundation on white cardstock.
Span canvas with a 5 by 3 grid of photos and patterned paper
Frame Your Photos with Hand-Doodled Border and Layered Fibers
Use letter stickers for quick list journaling that guides the eye.
Use Patterned Paper Strips to Mat Photos and Frame Page
Keep It Simple with 1 Photo on 3 Strips of Patterned Paper
Use Art Inspired Colors and Motifs for Scrapbooking Museum Outings
Clip photos and papers to digital photo masks for custom-blended looks.
Record Current Culture and Your Inspirations with a Screen Shot
Frame Only Part of a Digitally Masked Photo
Make a party page with misted banner and fussy-cut photos
Ground your photo with tone-on-tone brushwork, stitching, and embellishments
Embellish with a 2-by-2 grid of circles
Stamp or print a diagonal band of text for your page foundation.
Pair a handwritten letter with a “Polaroid”-style photo.
Emphasize story by keeping extras to a minimum.
Frame your photo with handstitching and doodles.
Make a foundation with three patterned-paper pennants
Use over-the-top framing to emphasize a detail photo
Use a two-column scrapbook page foundation
Arrange a series of narrow photos in a band.
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