See how scrapbookers Marie-Pierre Capistran and Stefanie Semple used a one-page sketch/template from Amy Kingsford’s Scrap Your Summer 2012 Bundle on their two-page layouts.
Marie-Pierre Capistran¬†says, “I made this layout for my daughter. It’s the story of a cruise we made, and I focus on my daughter in the story. To make the second page, I flipped the sketch so that I would have symmetry and I placed the pictures more or less randomly, trying to keep some of them standing alone and some others in groups of two, like on the left page. I then tried to fill the gaps so that there would be no trapped space.”
¬†Stefanie Semple¬†says, “I love to bake, and this double page records the recipe of my favorite apple bake. To convert from a one-page sketch to a 2-page, I bumped the journaling band to the far right of the 2-pages and expanded the foundation piece next to it across 2 pages.”
“On the right side, I closed up the space between the 2-photo cluster and a single photo so there were two clusters. I then duplicated the new three-photo cluster, flipped it, and placed that on the right side of the page to create a visual triangle of photo clusters.”