I’m back with another sketch and free digital template to share with everyone! If you would like to save the sketch for later use, please feel free to right click on the image then click “Save As”. You can also pin it to Pinterest.
I also have several wonderful pages from my design team to share! I’m always so very thankful for their help.
First, Alison Krogsgaard made this super sticky layout about her daughter getting into a jar of peanut butter. I definitely don’t envy her for having to clean all of that up, but I think it’s awesome that she scrapped about it!
April Walker flipped the sketch so it would work better with her photo. I love the bright, happy colors on this page and the heart border around the circle is a lot of fun. The title is perfect for the layout too!
I received this delightful page from Lesley Walker. She always does the most amazing pages and her fussy cutting is beyond lovely. On top of that, her granddaughter is completely adorable.
Melissa Birlem made this stunning heritage page to share with everyone. The metal accents really stand out and they help tie everything together. The photos she used are absolute treasures!
The next layout is by Mitra Pratt. The title she used on this page totally cracks me up, and the way she edited the photo to show the pop of red from the cup really puts it over the top. She also used flowers on a masculine page and yet it still looks masculine. That can be really hard to pull off but she did it!
Nancy Keslin is the queen of shabby chic! I love the soft colors on her layout and the big doily really adds so much to the design. I think it’s really neat that she used two smaller photos in one of the photo spaces.
Last but not least, this whimsical layout was created by Sharon Fritchman. I really admire the way she set a scene with this page. The splashes, the sea creatures, and her title work… it’s all just fantastic!
If you’re a digital scrapbooker don’t forget to download the free, layered template that I made in Photoshop Elements!