2nd Place Tae Kwon Do Layout

I always have so many pictures of my kid’s sporting events, that I love when I see a layout that allows me to add a lot of pictures to it.  Design Team Member Jolene Johnston created the perfect Tae Kwon Do Layout.


  • Making Memories Edge Scraper Tool
  • Bazzill Smoothies Cardstock – Blackberry Swirl
  • Teresa Collins – Sports Edition – Chipboard Charms
  • Teresa Collins – Sports Edition – Game On Paper
  • Teresa Collins – Sports Edition – Zach’s Sports Numbers Paper
  • Teresa Collins – Sports Edition – Cling Mounted Stamp – Calendar
  • Crafters Outpost – 2nd Place Lil’ Liner
  • Jenni Bowlin – Memo Book – Black
  • Cat’s Eye Fluid Chalk Inkpad – Lipstick Red
  • Cat’s Eye Fluid Chalk Inkpad – Charcoal
  • Zig Writer


  1. Use black cardstock as layout base.
  2. Trim month border from left side of Zach’s Sports Numbers paper. Adhere to left side of layout, allowing 1/2 inch border of black to show on left side.
  3. Trim off top border from Zach’s paper. Set aside.
  4. Trim remaining paper in half, creating two 5 1/4 x 11 strips. Distress edges and ink with red.
  5. Adhere strips across entire layout, overlapping left piece onto both pieces of black cardstock. Trim down the center to separate the pieces of cardstock.
  6. Ink edges of journaling card with red and adhere to layout as shown.
  7. Stamp calendar with charcoal ink, ink edges with red and adhere with pop dots overlapping bottom of journaling card.
  8. Adhere photos as desired across entire length of layout.
  9. Trim selected phrases and words from Game On paper.
  10. Adhere Game On papers and Chipboard Charm phrases near photos, overlapping if desired.
  11. Adhere 2nd Place title on remaining scrap of Zach’s paper. Distress and ink edges and adhere as shown.

Happy Scrappin’

2nd Place Tae Kwon Do Layout by Jolene Johnston

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