On the 6th Day of Cropping…

Creative-Memories-12-Days-Of-Cropping

On the 6th Day of Cropping, Creative Memories gave to me an idea showing six photographs…

And the use of a Border Maker, too.

Creative-Memories-12-Days-Of-Cropping
Created by Melissa Ullmann- CM Home Office

To create this layout, you will need:

 

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.

 

Happy Creating!

Sig_Melissa

 

 

 

15 thoughts on “On the 6th Day of Cropping…

  1. 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.

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    1. 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.

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  2. 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.
    Thank you!

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    1. 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.

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