Pinned Layout

I have a quick “go-to” method for getting a lot of photos scrapped at once. I opt for a 2-page layout with a cardstock base. Some 4×6 photos can be cropped and mixed in with 4×6, then I “smush” them all together. Finally, I “build” my layout around my photos by adding strips of patterned paper and border stickers. To pull the page together even quicker, a Laser Cut title is the perfect finishing touch!
 Supplies:

 

Instructions:

  1. Start with two sheets of black cardstock for your base.
  2. On left hand page, adhere two 4×6 photos against right edge of page approx. 1″ from top of page.
  3. Add 1/2″x6″ strip of striped paper from Reminisce – Takedown Paper above top photo.
  4. Add 1/2″ strip of striped paper from Reminisce – Takedown Paper across page below lower photo.
  5. Cut 1″x6″ strip from Scrappin’ Stuff – Wrestling Mat Check Blue Paper and add above stripe on left hand page.
  6. Add section of “Wrestling” border sticker from Reminisce – Wrestling Combo Sticker above Mat paper strip.
  7. Trim photo down to 4×1/2, mat with white cardstock and adhere to left of 4×6 photos.
  8. Complete left hand page by adding a couple stickers from Reminisce – Wrestling Combo Sticker as shown.
  9. On right hand page, add 1/2″ strip of striped paper from Reminisce – Takedown Paper across page even with same stripe on left hand page.
  10. Below stripe, add 1″ section of Scrappin’ Stuff – Wrestling Mat Check Blue Paper.
  11.  Add section of “Wrestling” border sticker from Reminisce – Wrestling Combo Sticker above Mat paper strip.
  12. Along left edge of page and below patterned paper strips, add two 3-1/2×4″ photos.
  13. Below photos, add 1/2″x4″ strip of striped paper from Reminisce – Takedown Paper.
  14. To right of photos, add 4×6 photo with white mat.
  15. Add journaling to right of photo using white pen.
  16. In lower right corner of matted 4×6 photo, add hand-cut mat circle cut from Karen Foster – Wrestling Mats Paper.
  17. Across mat, add title using Crafter’s Outpost – Pinned Lil’ Liner (light grey).

HAPPY SCRAPPIN’!

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