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Happy Scrapping from Susan.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

A Few To View

Here are a few double page layouts. They are good for scrapbooking multiple photos and still having space to add embellishments etc. I handmade a jigsaw template to fit the size pieces that I wanted. The cut out pieces were distressed & inked. The chipboard title was painted using Tim Holtz distress paint.
 This layout was made quick & easy by cutting out squares with rounded corners for the background.Ready made embellishments finished this layout.
 Layers of different patterned paper created depth on this double Christmas layout.
 The banner on this layout was stamped with a banner stamp & letter stamps then adhered to a piece of ribbon. A pocket on the right hand page holds memorablia from the Indy car race weekend. Some of the photos were printed out small & adhered together on bookmark like strips to mimic photo booth photos. The edges of the pages were inked in black to take the starkness off the pages.
 The chipboard title was painted with black crackle paint then dabbed over with olive distress stickles. The cog gears were diecut using plain card, metallic card & corrugated card. The shield shape was hand cut, cut in half then inked. The camoflauge paper was dry embossed then inked over the top.
I hope this gives you some inspiration to scrapbook multiple photos in a double page format. Happy Scrapping!

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