Our new scrapbooking sketch lets the focus rest on one photograph. It could also do double-duty as a cardmaking sketch.

When it comes to adding your title and journaling, there are several options available to you.

This sketch does not allow as many variations as our last sketch, but there are still a few. Adding your own creativity I’m sure will show even more.

As usual we have shown the sketch from different angles as well as giving a double page layout option.

Here is the bit that causes confusion sometimes as we look at the back-to-front and upside-down options:

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As you can see above, this layout will not translate so well to a two-page spread without some work. However, we’ve done that too, and discovered that moving the centre panels to the inside edges, as in the sample below, would give you an acceptable double-page layout.

Here’s a sample:

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And here is a variation:

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So, does any one of these inspire you? Remember this is a springboard for your creativity and does not have to be used exactly as you see it here. Let your own style take over now.

If this scrapbooking sketch is not quite what you are looking for then we have many more sketches for you to try.

[tags]1-photo layouts, scrapbook layouts, cards[/tags]