Hello everyone! I have another sketch and digital template to share. Please feel free to pin it, or save it to your computer for later use. If you are a digital scrapbooker, please scroll down for your freebie.
The sketch was based on this scrapbook page that Marlene Murphy created. She gave me permission to use it as the inspiration for the sketch this week. I loved the large journaling space and the multi-photo design. Thank you so much Marlene!
My design team made some amazing examples. I love my MMD Divas so much. They do a great job showing that you can use the sketch in so many different ways.
April Walker made this soft, sweet layout with an amazing floral background. The yellow butterflies really pop, and I adore the fact that she used these super photos of her girls at Easter.
Sharon Fritchman decided to use a grid of stitched ribbon on her page to divide the photos. The tiny details are fantastic! I especially love the stapled felt accents, and the warm Fall color choices really make this layout shine.
Mitra Pratt’s project is unique and fun! The blue patterned paper sets the photo off so well, and I think it’s awesome that she overlapped a bunch of embellishments to make a border on the left hand side.
This page was sent in by Lesley Walker. She added large floral borders to each side of her design, and I think it looks fantastic! The interesting photos of the painted cows really draw your eye around her project, and the butterfly embellishments are perfect.
Nancy Keslin provided this gorgeous layout about hiking in Hawaii. Those waterfall photos are wonderful! I love the natural feel of her page and the banner with the word stickers is so cool. She used Scenic Route papers. Remember those?
This creative page is from Ali! She incorporated both of the sides of the sketch onto one smaller page. I really admire the way she combined color as well as black and white photos. It’s so eye-catching!
Last but not least, I also made a digital example layout. I scrapped about our recent trip to Fort Jackson again. I took so many pictures that I was relieved to see Marlene’s multi-photo design. I knew exactly what I wanted to do! Full credits here.
If you’re a digital scrapbooker and you’d like to download the layered digital template freebie that I created in Adobe Photoshop Elements, you can download it HERE. Please respect my TOU!