Scrapbook Layout Ideas

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Yesterday we announced the winners of this year’s Scrapbook Layout Contest by CreateForLess. We had so many creative entries that we had write another blog post to show them off! 

By Connie S. from Lakeland, FL.

“I made this for my husband for Father’s day. I found the poem online and just loved it. As we know they grow up way too fast, our son is now 26, yikes”.

Supplies Used:
Bazzill cardstock
Flair patterned paper
Prima flowers
WRMK large eyelets
Making Memories brads

By Iris W. from Palatine, IL

By Iris W. from Palatine, IL

“The Prince Himself: This page really does not need much more character than Jonah! Polymer clay embellishments were adding by using clear stamps on the clay, baking and highlighting with stamp pad ink. Cutting letters out of textured clay sheets using a stencil gives you endless possibilities for scrapbooking. Tags are popular and versatile accents to adorn pages. Here, I used ribbon and yarn to add color and texture. Coordinating color patterns, clay, and a cute little birth announcement tag really tie this page together – or maybe it is that smile!”

By Kathi K. from Lawrenceville, GA

By Kathi K. from Lawrenceville, GA

“My mom’s high school graduation photo (photo taken Fall 1948) and she graduated in June 1949. This has always been one of my all-time favorite photos”.

Supplies:
Cardstock: Archivers
Pattern Paper: Daisy D’s
Alphas: Making Memories
Flowers: Prima
Stickers: Stampendous
Pearls: Kaiser Craft
Epoxy: K&Company Life’s Journey
Ink: Clearsnap
Punch: Stampin’ Up
Font: Times New Roman
Other: Trim; Gemstone from class ring
Techniques: Distressing, inking, fussy cutting, and embellishment collages.

By Julie S. from Swisher, IA.

By Julie S. from Swisher, IA.

Commemoration page to celebrate the life of a dear friend who passed away from breast cancer in 2005. It was given to her a few weeks before she passed away and displayed at her funeral. I wanted to celebrate all the roles she filled in other people’s lives, daughter, sister, friend, and mother.

Supplies Used:
Pink & white cardstock, black Swiss dot paper, black velvet paper, black/white dotted ribbon, pink/white stripe ribbon, word stickers, Making Memories metal eyelet quote tag, Pressed Petals scrap metal pressed metal letters, making memories pink plastic letters, pink heart brad, breast cancer ribbon tack pin, “someone special” metal coin, pink/black/silver fibers, Pink petals/white brad, making memories page pebbles, pink scroll heart button. K&Company 12×12 Scrap’N Frame

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2 Responses
  1. syeda :

    Date: June 5, 2009 @ 8:29 AM

    Wow! Beautiful layouts! Thanks for all the inspiration.

  2. scrapbook supplies :

    Date: August 10, 2009 @ 1:41 PM

    Great information. I just started reading all the blogs. I love this one.
    I will visit again.

    thaks

    Margaret – the Scarpbook Lady

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