Weekly Sketch Round-Up March 18-22

Everybody has their own unique scrapbooking style, each craft cave looks varied in appearance, it takes everyone a different amount of time to complete a page and our creative processes are all different. Isn’t it interesting to see how we all approach the same activity in such unique ways? No matter what your scrapbooking style is, you can rely on the Weekly Sketch Round-Up to provide you with ideas and inspiration for you next project, whatever and whenever that may be!

Sketch #1

Love the Explorer scrapbook layout shown above? Get the instructions here!

Sketch #2

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Curious how to make the Simply Sunshine border above? Get the details here!

Sketch #3

Want to learn how to make this sketch? Check out this blog post!

Sketch #4

We’re curious — on average, how many layouts are you able to create in the span of a week? Are you more productive on the weekdays or the weekends? When you start a page, do you finish it in one sitting or is it a longer process than that? Let us know the answers to these questions and tell us what you think of these layouts in the comments below!

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4 thoughts on “Weekly Sketch Round-Up March 18-22

  1. Depends on what I’m doing during the week, but I can make on average up to 8 double page layouts in a week. If I have all the supplies, I finish my layouts in one setting. I’m more productive during the week since my husband is working and I try to hang out with him on the weekends.

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  2. Thank you for giving us so many ideas! I also try to make each one and file them by theme, then add my pictures later. All my pages look fantastic because of these great ideas!

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  3. When I have time to really focus on scrapbooking, I will do 4-6 2 page spreads at a sitting. This is when I have everything laid out and spreads planned. Otherwise, I would say I complete 1-2 spreads. I am truly learning the value of pre-planning!

    I love your ideas. They always give me a good foundation to start with. I would actually like to see more ideas with 4-5 photos. I am all about getting the most on a page!

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  4. I get more done when the nights are long and the days are cold. On a good night I do 2 two page spreads, but I often pull the pictures and possible papers on a layout before I walk away so that I can mull over my choices while doing other things.

    I think your layouts are great, but I hesitate to use so many different papers on my own. I would like to see say 5 different layouts from one paper pack. And I agree with the poster above – most of my layouts have at least 4 photos.

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