Ugh, sometimes I hate WordPress because it cuts off my images… Grrr. Anyway, hey! I’m here today with a free double 8 1/2 x 11 scrapbooking sketch. Measurements included on the pic, everything is a nice round number. :) Hope you can use it! Here is the video to go with it.
Hi, guys! Today I have an everyday-themed double-page 12×12 scrapbook layout featuring the use of lots and lots of labels! I love labels–precut labels, die cut labels, cutapart labels, label stickers, label stamps, all of them–and love finding new ways to use them in my scrapbooking. How do you like to use your labels?
My stashbusting idea is simple–pile up a bunch of labels and then write across them as your journaling. You can see it below at the 10:37 mark:
Hi, guys! Today I’m sharing an 8 1/2 x 11 process video, with an original sketch! Of course, you could adapt 12 x 12 sketches to 8 1/2 by 11, but I wasn’t in the mood to do all the mental gymnastics because the proportions *are* different…. So then when I went searching for 8 1/2 x 11, I wasn’t finding sketches with all the components I wanted, and I decided it was easier to plan it out myself.
There’s a few different ways you can get the sketch. You can watch the video below and screenshot it–it appears near the beginning and again near the end. You can also pin it from here, right- or ctrl- click and download it, or print it.
Hope you enjoy this video–if so, please like, comment, share, subscribe, you know the drill! ;)
This week’s process video is a kid-themed single-page scrapbook layout featuring the use of stickers, enamel dots, and a sketch. Check it out below!
My beautiful baby girl, on our way to her kindergarten tour. <3
This is one of my favorite layouts, I think. :) The look on his face, his pride, and the design really fell into place. Thanks SG sketches!
A close-up of the title:
Here’s to hoping my beautiful daughter is always willing to run forward through life–while still coming back to me to share her discoveries. <3