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Heritage Sisters Scrapbook Layout

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This theme took about 20 minutes to make. This layout is very simple. Green is a very elegant color which is what photos of this nature require. You want the background colors to match the caliber of the photo but not to downplay the importance of the photo.

Heritage Sisters Scrapbook Layout

Scrapbook Supplies

• Pale green photo mounting paper
• 2 green die cut frames
• Black alphabet stickers
• Double sided adhesive

Scrapbook Tools

• Ruler
• Black fine tip pen


Scrapbooking Notes:

This heritage layout also has a before and after theme to show the changes in the sisters featured in the photos. It is important to record these changes as well as the names of the people so they will never be forgotten. They are part of your history and just knowing that they were sisters is important. I used these green die cut frames to accent the black and white photos. Green is a down-to-earth color that doesn't overwhelm the photos while adding just the right amount of color in contrast with the black and white. I really wanted to highlight the top photo because it has all the sisters in it and they are posing so nicely I used the more ornate frame around it. For the bottom photo I used the frame with the plain exterior and decorative edging on the interior to embellish it because it is still important to my layout and my family history.The only other embellishment I used here was the black alphabet stickers to emphasize that the subjects of the photos were sisters and continued using black with the fine tip pen for journaling.


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