Weekly Sketch Round-Up August 12-16

Finishing a scrapbook layout comes with a mixed bag of emotions. More than anything, you’re proud of yourself and happy with what you’ve created. But there’s also a small, nagging voice in the back of your head that’s saying, “Now what?!” It can be tough to know where to go once you’ve put together a project to be proud of but we have the answer for you — the Weekly Sketch Round-Up! Take a look at the four sketches below and let them guide you to your next layout, spread, border, card, whatever!

Sketch #1

Want to try creating this layout for yourself? Find the easy instructions in this blog post!

Sketch #2

Check out this blog post to learn how to put this heritage layout together!

Sketch #3

Make your pages pop with these borders (and more) featured in this blog post!

Sketch #4

See the simple steps for designing this layout on the blog soon!

Which one of these sketches do you like the most? Which one do you think opens up the most creative possibilities? Let us know in the comments below!

P.S. You can follow Creative Memories on Instagram (@CreativeMemories) and Pinterest so you never miss a sketch!

4 thoughts on “Weekly Sketch Round-Up August 12-16

  1. I love the second layout. It uses pockets to hold keepsakes, and that makes the page even more precious. Anytime a clock, watch, or timepiece can be used on a vintage page, it will have the perfect embellishment.

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  2. Love your weekly round-up but it doesn’t print out as full pictures on a page anymore. The page is cut in 1/2 & you can’t get the full image to print after hitting your print button. This used to work and I have used many of your layouts in the past, very disappointed.

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