A few weeks back, while looking for something else in my office I came across all of these Pre-Made Scrapbooking Layouts.
These layouts are ones I have done over the last 5 years that I keep stashing away. What a treasure to come across.
I thought it would be alot of fun to share with you these layouts, and why I create Pre-Made Layouts to being with.
There are several layouts in this collection that I have created for past classes such as my Blessed2Craft monthly online class.
I hope you enjoy seeing a few of my favorite layouts from the video.
I keep my photo mats and journaling spots very simple. They will all fit a 4×6 photo so my boxes are either 4-¼” x 6-¼”, 4-¼” x 4-¼” or 3-¼” x 4-¼”.
I used Early Espresso Cardstock for my base, The pattern paper was from Stampin UP.
This layout was done with Blushing Bride Cardstock as the base, and a pattern paper from Stampin Up.
I stamped the flower images, and then fussy cut them out. There is no title as I wanted to be able to add the title to match whatever photos I ended up using.
This layout is a more recent layout I created for one of my online classes.
It use Pool Party Cardstock as the base, and then a pattern paper from Stampin Up.
Fussy cutting the hearts out of the pattern paper to use as embellishments worked perfectly. As did using the coordinating stamp to add some fun elements to the layout.
This was a more current layout as well. I crated this layout for my August Online Class.
I love this layout so much! It is one of my favorites. I did a lot of fussy cutting of the images that were already on the Pattern Paper.
This is an awesome way to get more use out of your Pattern Paper.
This layout was “THE” layout that got this whole party started.
I loved this pattern paper! It simply made me so happy.
However I didn’t have any photos to use with it for a Memory Keeping Layout.
It accrued to me that I could create a layout and add photos later.
By creating layouts this I have also found that I use my die cutting machine more.
On this layout below I used my Cricut to cut out the title “The Good Life” which I paired with the stamped images.
I’ve found that it is very easy for me to flip through these layouts and add them to my Project Life Album when needed.