5 Scrapbook Page Foundations that Make Layout Design Speedier

5 Scrapbook Page Foundations that Make Layout Design Speedier | Get It ScrappedWe frequently share ideas for arranging the elements on your scrapbook pages for more efficient layout design. Here’s a closer look at five recent articles on this topic.

Follow the links below to see the articles as well as our creative team members’ personal blogs and youtube channels where they share extended technique, storytelling, and product details about the layouts they made.

5 Scrapbook Page Foundations that Make Layout Design Speedier | Get It Scrapped1. Scrapbook Page Starters: Arrange Photos and Elements in Three Columns

Working with threes is a great way to make a solid looking scrapbook page design — and to make it efficiently. Read Scrapbook Page Starters: Arrange Photos and Elements in Three Columns and see more details about how scrapbook layouts in the article were made: 

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Use video tutorials in Scrapbook Coach #10 Three Acts to work this foundation yourself.

5 Scrapbook Page Foundations that Make Layout Design Speedier | Get It Scrapped2. Scrapbook Page Starters: Arrange Photos and Elements with a Bracket Foundation 

With the “L” or bracket composition, horizontal and vertical arms meet to create a right angle that provides a stable spot for your page elements. Read Scrapbook Page Starters: Arrange Photos and Elements with a Bracket Foundation and see more details about how scrapbook layouts in the article were made: 

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Use video tutorials in Scrapbook Coach #8 Bracket to work this foundation yourself.

5 Scrapbook Page Foundations that Make Layout Design Speedier | Get It Scrapped3. Scrapbooking Ideas for Photo Backgrounds and Foundations

Standout photos deserve a standout scrapbook layout treatment. Try these scrapbooking ideas for using oversized photos as the first foundational element on your page. Read Scrapbooking Ideas for Photo Backgrounds and Foundations and see more details about how scrapbook layouts in the article were made: 

5 Scrapbook Page Foundations that Make Layout Design Speedier | Get It Scrapped4. Start Your Scrapbook Layout with a Block Foundation

 This “in-a-block” composition is one in which all or most of your elements are arranged in a rectangular block. Read Start Your Scrapbook Layout with a Block Foundation and see more details about how scrapbook layouts in the article were made: 

Scrapbook Coach at Get It Scrapped

Use video tutorials in Scrapbook Coach #6 In A Block to work this foundation yourself.

5 Scrapbook Page Foundations that Make Layout Design Speedier | Get It Scrapped5. Scrapbook Layouts Made With a Rectangular Foundation on a Square Canvas

 The placement of a rectangle on a square canvas will trigger different visual forces. Some rectangles even have “golden” possibilities. Read Scrapbook Layouts Made With a Rectangular Foundation on a Square Canvas and see more details about how scrapbook layouts in the article were made: 

Scrapbook Coach at Get It Scrapped

Use video tutorials in Scrapbook Coach #6 In A Block to work this foundation yourself.

Which compositional approach will you try out first?

Are you feeling inspired to use one of these ideas in your next layout?  Or have you tried out one of these compositions in your scrapbook pages recently? What did you think? Let us know below.

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