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5 + Photos
Black and White Photos
Flow: Downward Diagonal
Lots of Journaling
Texture and Dimension
Get a formal look with black and white for your photo and papers
Use the rule of thirds to get perfect placement
Continue a scene in your photo with subtly patterned paper
Layer a titled photo and stacked title on a band foundation
Use generous white space to show off a small photo
Blend a sepia photo and accent with bold contrasting color
Combine a Hipstamatic photo with an artsy design
Block three photos and double mat for an easy and bold page.
Use a quick and easy Photoshop technique for blending photo into background.
Use your scraps in a “print mashup” of contrasting patterned papers
Use abstract and geometric patterned papers with variety in scale and density
Embellish with one motif in a variety of sizes and mediums
Arrange your elements using a magazine article layout
Place a layered cluster at the center of a stitched burst
Use bullet journaling and embellishments bled off the edge
Showcase a panoramic photo with a wide crop
Divide your canvas in three bands to organize photos, journaling, and title
Accent a square photo with a string of pennants
Cluster a single photo with papers, journalers, frames, and strips.
Cluster your photo with layered papers and pennants.
Scrapbook a family portrait with a series of photo-tag clusters running across the page.
Scrapbook a child’s question with one portrait and a mix of alphas in a vertical band.
Fill your canvas with two enlarged black-and-white photos.
Blend digital papers into a photo that didn’t turn out as you’d imagined.
Use one strong photo and a centered title.
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