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This scrapbooking sketch will help you use up all those photographs you’ve taken over the summer months.

At this time of year we often have lots of photos because the good weather gets us out for weekend activities and we don’t have time to scrap them. Even if we are not affected by the long summer school break, or can’t get away on vacation, photos can still mount up.

Read on for some twists and turns to use this multi-photo sketch. Plus we’ll have more tips for you shortly.

Grids are always a popular base for scrapbooking layouts. They can be regular squares or rectangles or variations of each, or mixed blocks.

1. Use as individual scrapbooking page layouts:

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2. Use as two-page spreads:

a.

Place your title at the top of left page and journal down the right-hand page.

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b.

A slightly staggered appearance this time with the title on the top left again and subtitle or journaling along the bottom of your right-hand page this time.

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c.

Lots of photos together and titles or journaling on the outer edges.

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What direction will your next layout made with a scrapbooking sketch take? These earlier posts may help you: How do I Use a Scrapbooking Template? or More Free Sketches Another you may find useful is 13 Tips for Multi Photo Layouts

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