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    • Accent Photo Collages with Handmade Scrapbook Embellishments

      Design by Melissa Inman

      Template: Quick Collage 219

      How she used it: Instead of filling the photo collage's frame with only photos, Melissa kept some blocks free for journaling and embellishments.

      Make the scrapbook page: Melissa made her own embellishments by cutting out words from patterned paper and letting them bleed off the main photo collage. The small but bright sun on the top is a simple reminder of those dazzling summer days.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: EK Success (words), Sonborn (orange), Paper Fever (yellow). Font: Typo by Two Peas in a Bucket. Sticker: SEI. Chipboard accent: Fancy Pants Designs.

    • Overlap Scrapbook Elements

      Design by Erin Clarkson

      Template: Quick Collage 213

      How she used it: Erin filled in her photo collage with a mixture of black-and-white and color photos and then embellished the images with word stickers.

      Make the scrapbook page: Erin created her own cloud shape from chipboard to accent her die-cut rainbow. The rainbow overlaps the template and background, creating a connection between the two parts of the scrapbook page.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: Making Memories (orange), Colorbok (blue). Font: Ditzy by Two Peas in a Bucket. Stickers, brads: Making Memories. Die-cutting tool, die cuts: Coluzzle by Provo Craft.

    • Add Patterned Paper

      Design by Shannon Zickel

      Template: Quick Collage 207

      How she used it: Shannon filled in two of the blocks with patterned paper and left the rest for photos. To help her patterned paper stand out, she inked the edges and embellished them, letting rub-ons overlap the photos.

      Make the scrapbook page: The cardstock journaling block was Shannon's own creation. She trimmed the shape and used a pen to trace in the design and then added the journaling.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: Scenic Route Paper Co. (brown dot), Making Memories (blue dot). Ink: Colorbox by Clearsnap. Rub-ons: Crate Paper. Chipboard accents, epoxy accents: Love, Elsie. Felt accent: Making Memories. Brads, pens: American Crafts.

    • Rotate the Photo Collage

      Design by Erikia Ghumm

      Template: Quick Collage 211

      How she used it: Erikia rotated the template 90 degrees counterclockwise and cropped in tight on her square photos so they didn't lose their focus.

      Make the scrapbook page: Erikia integrated her artful style with the photo collage by creating handmade embellishments and a unique patterned-paper page frame.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Club Scrap (white, teal, coral, orange), Bazzill Basics Paper (green, pink). Patterned paper: BasicGrey (distressed teal, orange floral, blue floral, yellow grid). Stamps: Stampington & Company (bird, butterfly), Provo Craft (alphabet). Ink: Ranger Industries (brown, orange), Fiber Scraps (walnut). Stickers: Club Scrap ("garden"), Making Memories ("blossom"). Button, pipe cleaner: Autumn Leaves. Brad: BasicGrey. Flower: Prima Marketing, Inc. Tag: Avery Dennison. Acrylic paint: Making Memories. Pen, corner punch: EK Success.

    • Create a Digital Scrapbook Page

      Design by Melissa Inman

      Template: Quick Collage 101

      How she used it: Melissa created an all-digital scrapbook page, allowing the spaces between her photos to show the same color as her background, further uniting the page.

      Make the scrapbook page: The journaling frames the photo collage by following the edges of the design, breaking only for overlapping embellishments.

       

      SOURCES: Software: Adobe Photoshop. Digital elements: all by Kim Crothers. Font: Tell the Story by Two Peas in a Bucket.

    • Fill the Collage with Photos

      Design by Erin Clarkson

      Template: Quick Collage 206

      How she used it: Erin packed in five photos in her photo collage, matching close-ups with overall shots for a slam-dunk page.

      Make the scrapbook page: Stickers, brads, and a die-cut star embellish Erin's scrapbook page. She mixed die-cut and rub-on letters to create her title and then used word and phrase stickers for her journaling.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: Making Memories (ledger), Scenic Route Paper Co. (green). Die cut: Heidi Swapp (star), Autumn Leaves (letters). Stickers, rub-ons, brads: Making Memories.

    • Ink the Edges of Journaling Strips

      Design by Shannon Zickel

      Template: Quick Collage 102

      How she used it: Every block is filled with photos. Shannon mixed posed shots with an overall photo of the game, helping set the scene.

      Make the scrapbook page: Shannon added a few embellishments to her photo collage but mostly let the journaling and title do the work of embellishing. She trimmed her journaling into strips and inked the edges.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: Scenic Route Paper Co. Ink: Colorbox by Clearsnap. Die cuts: Making Memories. Stickers: Making Memories (circle), 7Gypsies (label), American Crafts (letters). Rub-ons: Heidi Swapp. Chipboard accent: Zsiage. Pen: American Crafts.

    • Use a Collage Block for the Title

      Design by Jen Lessinger

      How she used it: Instead of having a photo fill the large photo collage block, Jen used a square of patterned paper and her title. She cleverly placed strips of patterned paper to cover the spaces between the blocks in the photo collage.

      Make the scrapbook page: Jen kept her embellishments minimal. Circle stickers and buttons accent the photo collage, while the kraft background balances out the many colors in the photos.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: Sassafras Lass (green), KI Memories (yellow), My Mind's Eye (pink), K&Company (teal). Font: Swatch off the Internet. Digital elements: Who's Your Bunny (bunny), paper (brown) by Jen Lessinger. Die-cutting tool: Cricut Expression by Provo Craft. Software: Sure Cuts A Lot.

    • Make Embellishments from Patterned Paper

      Design by Melissa Inman

      How she used it: Melissa dedicated two blocks to cardstock pieces for the title and journaling. She filled in the rest of the photo collage with photos of her daughter playing the piano.

      Make the scrapbook page: Melissa trimmed her flower accent from the patterned paper for an easy coordinating embellishment. (Notice how the flowers in the patterned paper complement Melissa's daughter's shirt--priceless!)

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: SEI. Font: Century Gothic. Sticker letters, rub-ons: American Crafts.

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      Frame a Photo Within the Collage

      Design by Erin Clarkson

      Template: Quick Collage 111

      How she used it: Erin left one block open for her title, which she created using rub-on and sticker letters. The rest she filled with black-and-white photos.

      Make the scrapbook page: A frame around one of the photos draws attention to it and helps it stand out from the rest of the photo collage. Patterned-paper strips at the bottom of the scrapbook page and a tab at the top add bits of color.

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      Overlap Embellishments to Unify the Scrapbook Page

      Design by Shannon Zickel

      Template: Quick Collage 215

      How she used it: Shannon left one block open for patterned paper but filled the rest with photos from her day at the capital.

      Make the scrapbook page: Overlapping embellishments is the name of the game in Shannon's design. Rub-ons, stickers, and journaling blocks all overlap different elements, creating a cohesive look.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: Scenic Route Paper Co. (grid), 7Gypsies (brown). Ink: Colorbox by Clearsnap. Die cut: Making Memories. Stickers: Chatterbox (letters), 7Gypsies (circle), FontWerks (labels). Rub-ons: Hambly Screen Prints(tree), Making Memories (circle). Chipboard accent: Scenic Route Paper Co. Pen: American Crafts.

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      Journal Outside the Template

      Design by Valerie Salmon

      Template: Quick Collage 206

      How she used it: Valerie paired overall shots with close-ups to fill her collage. She also printed it at a larger size--8-1/8x10-3/4"--so it fills more of the page.

      Make the scrapbook page: Valerie used all her blocks for photos, so she found room for her title and journaling in vertical strips outside the template. Bright accents complement the colors in her photos, and scallop-edge strips add a dainty feel to the design.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Prism Papers. Font: Prissy Frat Boy off the Internet. Stickers: Heidi Grace Designs(letters), Making Memories ("adorable"). Vellum flower: Cloud 9 Design. Border punch, decorative-edge scissors: Fiskars. Circle punch: Stampin' Up!.

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      Mat the Photo Collage with a Solid Color

      Design by Melissa Inman

      Template: Quick Collage 101

      How she used it: Melissa filled two of her blocks with journaling and one with a date tab, leaving three for shots of her family's indoor camping adventure.

      Make the scrapbook page: To keep the focus on the photos despite a busy background paper, Melissa matted her photo collage on orange paper and kept the embellishments to a minimum.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: Scenic Route Paper Co. (stripe), SEI (orange). Stickers: American Crafts (letters), SEI (journaling blocks, tab, photo corner). Acrylic accents: KI Memories.

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      Trim the Photo Collage

      Design by Tracy Kyle

      Template: Quick Collage 108

      How she used it: Instead of using the entire photo collage, Tracy cut off the lower frame, choosing instead to feature seven of her favorite photos.

      Make the scrapbook page: Tracy attached her photo collage to a large red cardstock block and added a journaling spot and title. Felt trim, themed ribbon, and a date block finish the scrapbook page.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: DMD (red), WorldWin (yellow). Stickers: Doodlebug Design (mouse ears), Reminisce (journaling, date). Epoxy accent: EK Success. Ribbons: Creative Imaginations. Pen: American Crafts.

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      Fill Collage Blocks with Color

      Design by Erin Clarkson

      Template: Quick Collage 103

      How she used it: Erin left two blocks blank and filled them in with blue in her image-editing software. She framed one of her large pictures and added embellishments over the blue blocks.

      Make the scrapbook page: Erin wrapped a ribbon around the lower part of the scrapbook page, adding texture to the design. She kept the title and journaling small so that all the attention stayed focused on the photos.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock, die cut, ribbon, stickers, brad: Making Memories. Font: Arial.

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      Extend Embellishments Beyond the Photo Collage

      Design by Shannon Zickel

      Template: Quick Collage 112

      How she used it: A posed photo is the focus of Shannon's photo collage, while candid shots fill the smaller blocks. A strip of patterned paper extends off the photo collage to the edge of the scrapbook page, helping unite the design.

      Make the scrapbook page: Bright patterned papers and seasonal embellishments bring out the jolliness of the scrapbook page. Shannon placed stickers strategically on the photo collage, using one of her stickers as a journaling block.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: American Crafts (multicolored dot); Scenic Route Paper Co. (green dot); Love, Elsie (snowflake). Ink: Colorbox by Clearsnap. Stickers: American Crafts (letters), 7Gypsies (circle), KI Memories (trees). Chipboard accent: Scenic Route Paper co. Pen: American Crafts.

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      Stretch the Photo Collage

      Design by Melissa Inman

      Template: Quick Collage 103

      How she used it: Melissa stretched out the photo collage to make it more rectangular. After printing, she cut out the photos in her collage, allowing more of the background to shine through. The jagged feel to the cutout creates an edgy but sweet attitude on the scrapbook page.

      Make the scrapbook page: Melissa cut out flowers from her patterned paper and drew a few flourishes for her accents. Bright pink glitter letters spell out the title and gems accent the page adding a bit of glamour to the scrapbook page.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: Sonburn. Font: Century Gothic. Chipboard letters: Li'l Davis Designs. Gems: Doodlebug Design.

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      Fill Photo Collage Openings with Journaling

      Design by Jen Lessinger

      Template: Quick Collage 202

      How she used it: Jen took advantage of the multisized design, filling in one small and one medium block with notebook paper and journaling.

      Make the scrapbook page: To celebrate her daughter's obsession with television, Jen created a comic-looking TV embellishment to hold her title. A pair of chipboard hearts and various-size circles complete the page.

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      Rotate the Photo Collage

      Design by Tracy Kyle

      Template: Quick Collage 115

      How she used it: Tracy rotated the photo collage 90 degrees clockwise to better fit her horizontal photos.

      Make the scrapbook page: Dark colors matching the team's uniforms provided inspiration for Tracy's color scheme. Chipboard letters spell out her title, and a red cardstock strip is home to her handwritten journaling.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: DMD (green), Bazzill Basics Paper (red). Chipboard letters: Bo-Bunny Press. Pen: American Crafts.

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      Use Each Photo Collage Opening for Photos

      Design by Valerie Salmon

      Template: Quick Collage #202

      How she used it: Valerie filled each block with a different photo from a day at the beach. The straightforward interpretation works well with her photos, particularly the two long horizontal shots that achieve an almost panoramic effect.

      Make the scrapbook page: A patchwork-esque strip of patterned paper accompanies Valerie?s photo collage. She used chipboard letters to create her title, placing them on a white cardstock strip to help them stand out even more.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Stickers, rub-ons: Heidi Grace Designs. Stamp: Office Max. Ink: Clearsnap. Pen: American Crafts. Decorative-edge scissors: Fiskars.

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      Accent the Collage with a Decorative Edge

      Design by Kim Crothers

      Template: Quick Collage 101

      How she used it: Kim created a digital layout with her template, allowing all the elements to fuse together for a seamless page. She rotated the page 90 degrees clockwise so it would better fit her photos.

      Make the scrapbook page: A patterned-paper circle displays Kim's title, with the journaling on light pink strips below it. Scalloped strips frame the page, adding a girlish, whimsical touch.

       

      SOURCES: Software: Photoshop CS2. Fonts: Times, FG Jasmine2 off the Internet. Digital elements: Girls kit (papers, button) by Graziela Mendes; ThinkInk Flowers kit (stamp) by Kim Crothers; Happy Love kit (scalloped edge) by Jackie Eckles.

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      Round the Photo Collage Corners

      Design by Jen Lessinger

      Template: Quick Collage 213

      How she used it: The vertical block was the perfect place for a title in Jen's photo collage. She added dark blue cardstock, trimmed the entire photo collage, and rounded the corners for a fun twist to the template.

      Make the scrapbook page: Jen created a frame around both her photo collage and journaling with brightly colored patterned paper. She added dimension with adhesive foam, using it to help the final word of her title pop.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: SEI (black polka dot), Autumn Leaves (orange). Font: Arial. Plastic accents: American Crafts. Chipboard letters, labels: Heidi Swapp. Label maker: Around the Block. Die-cutting tool: Cricut Expression by Provo Craft. Software: Sure Cuts a Lot.

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      Rotate the Photo Collage to Fit Your Photos

      Design by Valerie Salmon

      Template: Quick Collage 214

      How she used it: Valerie chose a photo collage perfect for showing off portraits. She rotated it 90 degrees counterclockwise, and then filled each of the three blocks with a snazzy shot of her son.

      Make the scrapbook page: Valerie placed masculine-colored strips of patterned paper below her photo collage, accenting them with circular journaling. Sticker letters spell out her title in colors coordinating with the paper, with two lines of paper trim completing the scrapbook page.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Prism Papers. Font: Arial Black. Stamp: Office Max. Ink: Clearsnap. Stickers: Cloud 9 Design. Chipboard accent: Heidi Swapp. Pen: American Crafts. Circle punch: Marvy Uchida.

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      Fill a Collage Opening with Multiple Elements

      Design by Sande Krieger

      Template: Quick Collage 215

      How she used it: Sande put a fun twist on the traditional template in this digital scrapbook layout. First, she resized the photo collage to a square shape. Then, instead of filling one of the blocks entirely with a photo, she covered part of it with yellow paper and a "be nice" embellishment.

      Make the scrapbook page: Sande added doodle borders between all her blocks and framed the page with red-and-white dotted strips.

       

      SOURCES: Software: Photoshop CS3. Fonts: Ultinoid ("House"), Shortful ("Rules"), Tuzonie (journaling) off the Internet, Loving You ("love") by Autumn Leaves. Digital elements: Sidewalk Chalk kit (papers), Borderlines kit (brushes, overlay) by Sande Krieger; Urban ("be nice" arrow) by Tia Bennett for Autumn Leaves.

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      Mix Color and Black-and-White Photos

      Design by Kim Crothers

      Template: Quick Collage 210

      How she used it: Kim mixed black-and-white and color photos to fill three of her blocks and placed patterned paper in the other four.

      Make the scrapbook page: The photo collage blends in nicely with its brown mat, expanding to fill almost all of the scrapbook page. Kim placed her title running vertically down the side of the photo collage and used an arrow to highlight an important element.

       

      SOURCES: Software: Adobe Photoshop CS2. Font: FGJasmine2 off the Internet. Digital elements: A Boy kit by Jackie Eckles, Shine kit (chipboard letters) by Kim Crothers.

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      Frame the Photo Collage

      Design by Valerie Salmon

      Template: Quick Collage 102

      How she used it: Valerie filled all but one block with different shots from her daughter's birthday party. The final horizontal block was filled with blue cardstock and journaling.

      Make the scrapbook page: Strips of patterned paper frame two sides of the collage. Valerie added flowers, circles, and other embellishments to capture the party atmosphere on her page.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Font: Pea Lacy off the Internet. Stickers: Heidi Grace Designs. Flower accents: Cloud 9 Design (vellum), Prima Marketing, Inc. (paper). Brads: Doodlebug Design. Scallop trimmer: Fiskars. Circle punch: Marvy Uchida.

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      Shrink the Collage

      Design by Melissa Inman

      Template: Quick Collage 104

      How she used it: Melissa rotated the photo collage 180 degrees counterclockwise and filled it with photos of her daughter practicing yoga.

      Make the scrapbook page: After printing the photo collage smaller than the standard size, Melissa matted it on red and pink cardstock. Heart accents pull the scrapbook page together, reflecting the hearts on Olivia's pajamas.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Font: Serenade by Autumn Leaves. Stickers: American Crafts (foam letters), Making Memories ("o"), Pebbles Inc. (hearts). Frame: Love, Elsie.

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      Leave Photo Collage Openings Blank

      Design by Katie Nugent

      Template: Quick Collage 201

      How she used it: Katie left three photo collage openings void of pictures, filling one with cardstock and journaling. She left the blue background showing on the other two, accenting it with chipboard planes and gems.

      Make the scrapbook page: After printing her photo collage, Katie backed it with an 8-1/2x11" sheet of patterned paper. The large collage left just a small border showing, so she did all of her embellishing within the photo collage.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: October Afternoon. Chipboard accents: October Afternoon ("Montreal"), American Crafts (planes), Autumn Leaves (journaling spot). Gems: Glitz.

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      Pull the Color Scheme from Your Photos

      Design by Brenda Lesch

      Template: Quick Collage 203

      How she used it: Brenda rotated the photo collage 90 degrees counterclockwise to accommodate her plethora of vertical photos. She filled each space with an action shot, using the eight photos to capture the excitement and fun of the day.

      Make the scrapbook page: For her color scheme Brenda chose bright hues from her kids' bathing suits. Light blue cardstock trimmed like waves subtly reinforces the theme, while textured green cardstock adds a splash of fun.

       

      SOURCES: Rub-ons, stickers, chipboard accents: Love, Elsie.

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      Mix the Types of Photos in the Photo Collage

      Design by Brittany Hopkins

      Template: Quick Collage 106

      How she used it: Brittany filled all but one of the 18 blocks with snapshots from her semester studying abroad. A mix of scenery and people shots covering a four-month span keep this template from becoming overwhelming.

      Make the scrapbook page: With so many colors in her photos, Brittany chose a muted color scheme. The only embellishments--strips of gems--frame two corners of the scrapbook page.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: BasicGrey. Stickers: Making Memories. Chipboard letters: American Crafts. Gems: Glitz. Pen: Kuretake.

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      Break out of the Collage

      Design by Katie Nugent

      Template: Quick Collage 110

      How she used it: Katie filled all but one block with photos from her friend's wedding. For the final block she extended a piece of cardstock off the photo collage and added her title.

      Make the scrapbook page: The elegant decorative edge of Katie's patterned paper provides most of the embellishment on her scrapbook page. Three pink buttons on the bottom of her collage echo the three pink roses on her cake.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: C-Thru Ruler Co. Ink: Colorbök. Stickers: October Afternoon (pink), Sandylion Sticker Designs (blue). Acrylic accent: Heidi Swapp. Buttons: Autumn Leaves.

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      Piece Together a Scalloped Border

      Design by Brittany Hopkins

      Template: Quick Collage 103

      How she used it: Brittany rotated the photo collage 90 degrees counterclockwise to accommodate her mostly horizontal photos. She also flipped it so the top horizontal photo was on the left side.

      Make the scrapbook page: For the scalloped frame around her photo collage, Brittany cut apart and pieced together scalloped edges from a 12x12" sheet. She accented her rub-on title with the Union Jack and used strips of black cardstock to ground the framed photo collage.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper: American Crafts. Rub-ons: Imagination Project. Flag accent: EK Success.

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      Make Room for a Title

      Design by Katie Nugent

      Template: Quick Collage 212

      How she used it: Katie filled three of the six blocks with photos and the others with patterned paper. She extended the photo collage with an oversize block of patterned paper displaying her title.

      Make the scrapbook page: A smaller piece of paper next to the large horizontal photo evened out the two halves. Katie placed the whole thing on patterned paper and added part of a chipboard frame as a corner accent.

       

      SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: Love, Elsie (yellow); October Afternoon (blue). Stickers: Sandylion Sticker Designs (pink scallop), Carolee's Creations (letters). Chipboard accents: Love, Elsie.

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      Frame the Photo Collage

      Design by Brittany Hopkins

      Template: Quick Collage 113

      How she used it: Brittany filled five blocks with photos, leaving one open for journaling.

      Make the scrapbook page: To create her title block, Brittany backed a chipboard frame with patterned paper and added rub-ons. Pink circles create a borderlike effect around the scrapbook page, combining with the chipboard and green paper to frame the template.

       

      SOURCES: Patterned paper, pen: American Crafts. Rub-ons: Imagination Project. Chipboard accent: Love, Elsie. Circle punch: Punch Bunch.

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      Use Similar Photos

      Design by Melissa Inman

      Template: Quick Collage 207

      How she used it: Melissa left two blocks open for journaling and her title, but filled the other three photo collage openings with shots of her daughter.

      Make the scrapbook page: A decorative edge surrounds the photo collage, echoing the lace from the dress in the picture. The photo collage almost completely fills the scrapbook page, with a few embellishments uniting the busy background paper and collage

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      SOURCES: Patterned paper: Pebbles, Inc. (brown), Creative Imaginations (scallop). Rub-ons, flower: American Crafts. Sticker letters: Chatterbox. Chipboard accent: Li'l Davis Designs.

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