Easy One-Hour Scrapbook Layout with Full Bloom

Feeling pressed for time and the pressure to get your special photos into your scrapbook in a timely manner? Not a problem! We’ve got a layout you’ll love that’s doable in an hour or less… and, it’s stunning! Take a look…


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To create this scrapbook layout you’ll need:

Step 1: Use the Evergreen Cardstock for the base of this layout.

Step 2: Fold the eucalyptus paper from corner to corner to form a triangle. Cut in half diagonally with a Scissors.

Step 3: Use the red designer paper to cut 2 photo mats to measure 4-1/2″ x 4-1/2″. Then cut a another piece from the red paper to measure 1/2″ x 12″.

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Step 4: Adhere all the pieces to the layout as shown. Make sure to adhere the 1/2″ strip before adhering the eucalyptus triangle piece to the top right corner of the base. Lastly,  add the photo mats to the layout as shown.

Step 5: Add the “Lookin’ Sharp” mat to the layout as shown.

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Step 6: Embellish your layout as desired with stickers and embellishments, using Foam Squares for added dimension.

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Step 7: Finally, adhere your photos 4×4 to the mats on the layout.

Happy creating! We would love to hear what you think of this layout!

19 thoughts on “Easy One-Hour Scrapbook Layout with Full Bloom

  1. I love the Springy colors and the layout in general, but the photos get lost in all the flowery background. Maybe Matt them with a solid color?

      1. I also agree with Teri and Denise. I like to get a least four pictures on a page.

  2. I like to have a space dedicated to journaling the 5 Ws (Who, What, When, Where, Why) in sentences or bullet point format.

  3. This is what I love with a recipe layout. She created a really neat idea and cute layout but now I can “run with it” with my own ideas and creativity. Thank you for the layout ideas!! This helps so much!!! I look forward to them in my mailbox everyday!!

  4. I love the simple layout idea to be able to teach new scrapbookers! It would be easy to do this with any of the collections. Thank you!! Just one question… why fold and cut the triangles with scissors and not the 12 inch cutter? Thank you.

  5. Like the layout and the colors but it is too busy and the pictures get lost. If the mat behind the pictures was solid color it would make the pictures pop. But layout I would definitely use !

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