Progressive Scrapbook Page

Monday, March 8, 2010

I have a workshop tomorrow night and everyone is making a card, 6 X 6 scrapbook page and a Big Shot project.? I have the card and the Big Shot project all set and ready to go.? The scrapbook page on the other hand is always a stumper for me.? I want to use a stamp set that is versatile and has some kind of technique involved in it.? The stamp set I chose for my?scrapbook page?is the “Flight of a Butterfly” and we also will be using “Inspired by Nature”.? This is a 2 step stamp set so there is my technique.? Now to come up with a page that I can take from a 6 X 6 layout add it to a 8 1/2″ X 11″ and then take that up to a 12″ X 12″ scrapbook page.? This is called a Progressive Scrapbook page.

So here is my 6 X 6 page that everyone will be making at the workshop.

The white space is the perfect spot to add a little journaling about your photo or the day the photo was taken.

Here it is added to an 8 1/2″ X 11″ scrapbook page.

Journaling can be added under each photo or continue to write your story about the day’s adventure.

Here is the 6 X 6 and the 8 1/2 X 11 added to a 12 X 12 scrapbook page.

So what do you think of my Progressive Scrapbook Pages?? Please give me your honest opinions.? I have the hardest time coming up with scrapbook pages that will appeal to all audiences.

Have a Great Day!

7 thoughts on “Progressive Scrapbook Page

  1. Kathy DeVries says:

    I think you did a great job. I love the layout and you could use several different sets with the same layout.

  2. France says:

    Love the way you started with 6×6 and got larger and larger. I will make some of this plus with the new mini coming in May we have 2 or 3 6×6 good price album this will be great…I have a few customer that only do 6×6 and the rest is 12 x 12 well if I do 6×6 I can show them how to expend!
    Thank you for sharing!

  3. Ronna D says:

    I think it’s great. I have a terrible time coming up with fast and easy but beautiful layouts. I try to get to complicated, but this is a great idea and can be used and adapted so easily! This is great. Thanks for sharing with us.

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