On the 6th Day of Cropping, Creative Memories gave to me an idea showing six photographs…
And the use of a Border Maker, too.
To create this layout, you will need:
- Imagine Tone on Tone Paper Pack, Stickers and Laser-cut Embellishments
- Sorbet Paper Pack
- White and Black Cardstock
- Border Maker System with Scalloped Dot Border Maker Cartridge
- 12-Inch Straight Trimmer
- Tape Runner, Repositionable Tape Runner Refill and Foam Squares
- Black Dual-Tip Pen
Use the red dotted paper as the base for this layout.
Cut a piece of the green patterned paper to measure 12″ x 5″. Adhere horizontally across the center of the layout.
Using the Border Maker System with the Scalloped Dot Border Maker Cartridge, punch along a 12″ piece of Black Cardstock. Cut to measure 3/4″ wide. Adhere to the top edge of the layout. Repeat this step, and adhere to the bottom edge of the layout.
Print photos. (5) 3″ x 4″, (1) 4″ X 3″
Cut six pieces from White Cardstock to measure 3-1/4″ x 4-1/4″. Adhere photos to the White Cardstock. Adhere to the layout.
Cut a piece from the White Cardstock to measure 4″ x 1-1/4″. Adhere the embellishment “Believe” to the cardstock using Repositionable Tape Runner Refill. Adhere this piece on a piece of Black Cardstock to measure 4-1/4″ x 1-1/2″. Adhere this piece to the layout using Foam Squares.
Adhere stickers with Foam Squares for added dimension.
Journal as desired.
15 thoughts on “On the 6th Day of Cropping…”
Great idea for five. It’s always so hard for me to get that many on a single page, but this doesn’t look crowded at all! Thanks for the photo measurements.
Do you mean six? Thanks! :)
very cute page Melissa
LOVE this page! It’s great to see papers from non-holiday packs (Imagine, Sorbet) used for a traditional red/green Christmas look.
Gorgeous!!! Stunning once again!
Love it! It’s all about the pictures! Thanks for sharing.
I too love the “all about the photos” in this layout. And it still is well decorated, colorful and fun to view. I am really enjoying this 12 days of Christmas way of showing layouts.
My favorite so far! Love how you used Sorbet and Imagine to create this layout!
Love this layout with its use of a larger number of photos, color, and simple design!
My favorite so far also!
Love this ..looks so easy and the photos say it all .. thanks for sharing
Me gusta esta pagina, gracias
I loved the simplicity and striking colors that make this one of the best pages I’ve seen!
Most examples are too complex and don’t allow enough photos on a page.
Can’t wait to try this page! Just the right amount of decorations :)
I like this layout and the subject is something you will want to remember. The color choice anchors the page because it is very pleasing and directs attention to the pictures.