Scrapbooking with Sketches

Video Tutorial

Scrapbooking a layout without a plan can be time-wasting as you try to figure out how best to coordinate all the elements into an attractive layout.

Inevitably, there’ll be times when you’re at a loss on how to find a balance among all those photos, title, journaling and embellishments you want to include in your layout. From a balancing act, all the choices quickly escalated into a juggling act that made your head swim.

Here’s where scrapbooking sketches will jump to your rescue. If you’ve never done a layout based on a sketch before, this video tutorial by Scrapbook Soup will show the wonderful possibilities that come with using a scrapbook sketch.

This 8-minute video tutorial will also demonstrate step-by-step on how to create a scrapbook layout using a freshly drawn out sketch by scrapbooking expert, Kelly Purkey.

No more fumbling around or at a loss on how to to do element placements on your layouts. Sketches are wonderful at handling this step and let you focus more on selecting your papers, doing your journaling, and expressing yourself.

 If you’re interested in double-page sketches, be sure to check out my 63 Double-Page Scrapbook Sketches.

If you are into creating single-page layouts, then don’t miss out looking at 500 Scrapbooking Sketches by Jennifer Gormly.

Happy using scrapping using sketches!

2 comments for “Scrapbooking with Sketches

  1. dave v.
    September 3, 2014 at 11:59 pm

    Some of these videos are private.

    • Fion
      September 4, 2014 at 9:20 am

      Hi Dave,

      Thanks for letting me know that some of the videos that I’m showcasing on my blog posts are now in the private mode! I never would have known till readers like you notify me. For this particular page, I’ve replaced the previous video with a newer, better tutorial about using scrapbooking sketches. Happy watching!

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