Would you like to speed up your scrapbooking and create layouts that you love? Try using a sketch as a starting place for your next layout.
Turning a sketch into a layout can be a bit tricky. It’s important to consider how the sketch can be adapted to fit your photos, supplies and story.
For March the ScrapHappy members used this sketch:
Often when we see a sketch it can be hard to determine how it will work for our photos, that’s why we have 8 examples showing how you can adapt this sketch to make your perfect layout.
First up is Alice Boll. Alice followed the sketch very closely using small photos and adding her journaling in two sections on the left side of the layout.
Hannah Wilde used the digital form of the sketch to create this layout. When you scrap a layout with multiple photos like this one, the digi process allows you to easily adjust the cropping of your photos to make sure they are the perfect size.
Libby Wiers also used the digital format to create her layout. ScrapHappy members have access to a .psd file so they can easily create their pages digitally.
Diane Gutierrez didn’t need all of the journaling for a birthday layout and chose to use fewer photos.
Teresa Smith also chose to use fewer photos on her travel layout.
Jacqueline Bruce used the sketch to create a layout about her reading list.
Misty Murphy adapted the sketch to work over a double-page spread.
Briel Schmitz stayed close to the original sketch with number of photos and used a tag to add journaling on the left side.
Hopefully these examples show how easy it can be to adjust a sketch to fit your photos, supplies and story!
If you’d like more information about ScrapHappy membership you can find that HERE. We have monthly sketch challenges and so many more activities to get you scrapbooking and telling your stories.