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Baby In A Box Scrapbook Layout


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Sometimes one photo is enough of an inspiration to create an entire scrapbook layout especially when you have such a cute subject in the photo. This layout took about 25 minutes to make.

Baby In A Box Scrapbook Layout

Scrapbook Supplies

• Peach photo mounting paper
• Red bold-tip pen
• Orange bold-tip pen
• Yellow oval-shaped solid die cut frame
• 2 page width baby theme stickers
• Double sided adhesive

Scrapbook Tools

• Personal trimmer
• Ruler
• Scissors

Scrapbooking Notes:

Sometimes one photo is enough of an inspiration to create an entire layout especially when you have such a cute subject in the photo. I arranged and attached the long stickers at the top and the bottom of the page first. The stickers combined with the yellow oval shaped die cut frame the photo and also help it to stand out on the page. You don’t need any more embellishment than these two stickers and the solid die cut frame. I arranged the frame over the photo I used in this layout and when I was satisfied with the arrangement the amount of the photo I wanted to keep I attached the frame to the photo with double sided adhesive. I cut around the outside of the frame to remove the excess unwanted photo. You want to cut off the excess as close to the edge of the frame as possible or even cut the photo a little smaller than the outer edge of the frame so you are guaranteed no picture will show past the frame’s edges. Add double sided adhesive to the back of the photo; center it between the stickers at the top and bottom of the page as well as the two sides of the page. When you are satisfied with the arrangement, press the photo into place. Using the iphone 5 cases orange bold-tip pen, I wrapped the words I wanted to write “Give a child a toy and no matter how fun it is they would rather play with the BOX) around the oval frame to add extra dimension to the photo and make it stand out even more on the page. I also added more journaling above and below the photo to further explain the events that were taking place in the photo. I used red bold-tip pen to make it stand out from the other journaling because they are equally important.

 

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