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Sketch 83

Sketch 83

Posted by on Mar 11, 2011 in 12 photos or more, Featured | 0 comments

This 13-photo sketch is a great way to get lots of photos on a layout, without overwhelming the eye.  The grid format helps keep everything orderly. The free download template is for digital scrapbookers.  It comes as a 2 pager, but if you would like to use only one side, all you have to do is crop 12×12 at a 300 dpi resolution! The first layout is...

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Sketch 82

Sketch 82

Posted by on Sep 22, 2010 in 5 photos, 6 photos, Featured | 0 comments

This 6 photo sketch has no cropping of the photos except for the circles.  Not a circle fan?  You could easily make the circles 3.5″ squares instead.  The large strips are 3/4″ from the edges.  The large circle on the left is 2″ from the bottom and 1.25″ from the right side (middle). The free template download is a 2 page...

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Sketch 81

Sketch 81

Posted by on Jun 17, 2010 in 10 photos | 0 comments

This 10 photo sketch allows you to focus on a few major photos on the left, then include “all the rest” on the right, while leaving plenty of room for journaling, too. The scallop can be anything… paper, ribbon, rickrack, or fibers. Templates (includes each side separately, and both sides together.) The scalloped shape & large ring on...

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Sketch 80

Sketch 80

Posted by on Jun 10, 2010 in 7 photos, 8 photos | 0 comments

This 8 photo sketch uses one of my favorite new shapes. If you are paper scrapping, you can use a diecut or chipboard shape, which is what I did when I used this sketch. Templates (includes each side separately, and both sides together.) The scroll shape on the template was created by Brittney at “britt-ish designs” and can be found at...

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Sketch 79

Sketch 79

Posted by on Jun 7, 2010 in 6 photos | 0 comments

This 6 photo sketch was inspired by the paper that I used to create the layout. If you don’t have a 5×7 photo to crop for the left side, you can always use two 6×4 photos instead, or mat a 4×6 to make it larger (which is what I did when I made the layout). And if you like more white space on your layouts, you can omit the large...

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