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Design by Shannon Zickel For a fun, relaxed look, randomly overlap photos. Layering creates depth and grounds the page elements. Group and layer small photos to balance a large one.   SOURCES: Cardstock, die cut: Jillibean Soup. Patterned paper: American Crafts (blue star, stripe), Jillibean Soup (yellow star), Making Memories (red star). Stickers: American Crafts. Ink: ColorBox by Clearsnap. Pen: American Crafts. Punch: EK Success./

Multiphoto Scrapbook Pages

Design by Shannon Zickel For a fun, relaxed look, randomly overlap photos. Layering creates depth and grounds the page elements. Group and layer small photos to balance a large one. SOURCES: Cardstock, die cut: Jillibean Soup. Patterned paper: American Crafts (blue star, stripe), Jillibean Soup (yellow star), Making Memories (red star). Stickers: American Crafts. Ink: ColorBox by Clearsnap. Pen: American Crafts. Punch: EK Success./

Using a grid structure is a great way to start a scrapbook page. The grid is inherently stable and makes a great foundation for establishing balance and organizing your elements. The challenges to using a grid design are keeping the look fresh establishing flow grounding individual compartments and the grid as a whole to the …

Scrapbook Page Composition: Ideas for Arranging Your Elements in a Grid

Using a grid structure is a great way to start a scrapbook page. The grid is inherently stable and makes a great foundation for establishing balance and organizing your elements. The challenges to using a grid design are keeping the look fresh establishing flow grounding individual compartments and the grid as a whole to the …

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