6 Home Scrapbook Layouts
Here are some excellent family and home scrapbook layouts from our awesome Design Team members using our July 2022 collection, Welcome Home by Echo Park. These pieces will keep you busy crafting your memories for some time to come!
1. Love Scrapbook Layout by Samantha Taylor
Sam likes that this kit can be used for the sort of "every day" type photos. She thought it would be fun to tell the story of their spoiled basset hound, Kevin, who has decided her husband's chair is now Kevin's chair.
On this layout, she used not only the sticker sheet included with the base kit but also pieces from each of the embellishments included in the embellishment upgrade. Sam started with three papers as her background. Next, she added white cardstock to back her photos and highlight them more. Also, she added journaling on the left side of the photo. These papers are just perfect for these photos!
2. Future Home Scrapbook Layout by Samantha Taylor
The florals in this kit are stunning. Sam thought they'd be perfect for an outdoor picture at the top of their driveway at their future home building site. The included sticker sheet has a wide variety of stickers on it (including alphabets) that really help tell the story of the photo.
Sam used the Flower Market and Gather Flowers papers as her background. She laid papers that will coordinate with her background papers and photo. Finally, she added embellishments from the upgrades and sticker sheet this month.
Get to see more home scrapbook layouts on Sam's blog now!
3. Hello There Scrapbook Layout by Megan Blethen
Meggy used the Full Of Joy as her background paper and used four photos. She cut each of the 4 photos by 2.75x3.75 and put them on a mat using the Gather Flowers paper but you may choose your own papers. Make sure to have a quarter-inch mat in the paper of your choice then cut your first patterned paper to 3.5x12 and your 2nd patterned paper to 2.20x12. Then, she cut these into about 2.76 strips then fold each strip in half and cut a triangle out of the bottom to make a banner.
Also, you may add the photos in the order you want from top to bottom then put the banner to the right of the photos and glue them down layering each of them on top of the other. Next, glue the photos down at staggering lengths then embellish the bottom right of the layout, top right of the layout, and 3 other areas around the photos. After that stamp, the date and you are done!
Also, Meggy added a journaling and the frames that was included from the upgrades. Make sure to watch Meggy on her Youtube channel and get to watch more home scrapbook layouts.
4. My Prayer Book by Lori Carson
The My Prayer Book was the big project of the month. Lori used the majority of the paper and ephemera on this item, but it was well worth it. You can catch the video explaining how it is assembled and decorated here.
After cutting the papers for the prayer book and layouts, Lori only had scraps left, so she cut them down to be card bases. Lori also used the zip strips and other scraps to make tags to use on the cards and once she used it all up, she had 21 cards, on top of the two layouts and prayer book. The picture of the card doesn't show all 21 as some are duplicates. Lori only photographed the ones that were unique. Pretty good haul she must say!
5. Pops and Steve Scrapbook Layout by Lori Carson
Lori chose the light wood grain paper from the kit as her background. Then, she used the navy cardstock to match the two photos to highlight them better. She took the two photos and laid them on the paper and then pulled out the two frames from the add-ons.
Next, she gently pulled the frames apart to make two frames instead of one, leaving the sentiment on one and then adding the same navy cardstock to the back of the others.
She arranged them on the paper and then glued everything down. Finally, she took the letter add-ons and added a P for Pops and SK for Steve Kindregan (a long-time friend of Lori’s little brother). Simple and pretty neat!
6. Naughty and Nice Scrapbook Layout by Lori Carson
Lori used the same wood grain paper and just red, white, and green card stock. She wanted to do a little nod to Christmas in July and this was the only paper that would work. Also, she cut the title words on her Cricut Explore and .5" strips to border the paper. Next, she matted the two photos and then glued them all down.
Don't forget to watch more of Lori's home scrapbook layouts and cards on her YouTube channel.
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