Emily Pitts has paired a series of photos arranged in columns with bright rows of trim and a horizontal strip of vellum row to back up her title, creating a fun mix in this very linear page, “Favorites at 15.”
Make your own easy scrapbook page just like Emily’s using the 7-step formula we’ve shared below.
How to make this layout
- Start with a die-cut paper as your canvas.
- Spray some mist directly onto your background.
- Crop your vertical photos to 2.25 x 8″ and print them out onto vellum.
- Position your photos across the center of your page and but them up against one another to create four columns.
- Lay down two rows of contrasting ribbon both above and below your photo block–leave a one inch gap between the bottom of your photos and your ribbon strips for journaling.
- Layer a 1.5″ strip of velum across your photos and add your title to it.
- Embellish with buttons, monogram and chipboard accents.
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