What a Load of Scrap, Layouts #1-10

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1. Valentines Day 2008

Used: Scrapbook paper. All of these pictures I found on the Internet, which was nice since we hadn’t thought to bring Greg’s camera.

2. Greg’s Sunsets

One of my two-page layouts before I discovered the Kodak booth at Walmart. All of the pics are actually printed out on normal paper. Used: scrapbook paper and rub-ons.

3. Who I Am

Pictures courtesy of my mom’s stash from when I was younger. The idea behind this page was doing a sort of ‘look-how-far-I’ve-come’ theme. “Who I AM” on the side of the page is a rub-on.

4. Rowan Colleen

Sometimes simple is better, as in this page for Rowan. Flowers are rub-ons. Letters and numbers are black alphabet stickers.

5. Big Bucks for Me

Jewels frame the picture to make it stand out against the busy background paper. “Big Bucks For Me” in alphabet stickers.

6. Untitled

Another simple page with two pictures. Rub-on flowers as a border between the pictures. Journaling is one simple line.

7. Never Forget

Laminated newspaper clippings and white alphabet stickers. Double clippings for effect.

8. 15

Flower and design elements are rub-ons. “15” is done in white number stickers.

9. Special Ride

Three-photo spread at the bottom of the page-photos cut with Fiskars trimmer to fit. Title in the top left corner done in black stickers.

10. Cherished

A simple layout. Patterned paper with a plain cardstock border around the picture. “Cherished” is a rub-on.

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