Scrapbook Generation Publishing - Sketches for Scrapbooking - Volume 6

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This book, Sketches for Scrapbooking by Scrapbook Generation Publishing makes scrapbooking a breeze! Don’t spend precious time moving pieces of paper around on the page. Let Scrapbook Generation sketches doo all of the heavy lifting, while you have all the fun. No more guesswork – The sketches in this book supply exact measurements for every strip of paper and every photo. They even tell you exactly where to place the items on the page. No more wasted time – Spend your scrapbooking moments doing the fun part: selecting photos and papers, choosing and creating embellishments, and journaling special memories. No more stressing over page design – The sketches in this book were created from actual layouts by two talented designers who believe that your photos should always be the star of the page. Each book includes 30 more two-page sketches by Debbie Sanders and Allison Davis.

SKU: sgp-sv6 UPC: 780672318916

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  • Verified Buyer

    5/ 5stars

    Sketches for Scrapbooking

    Love 2-page layouts because I always have alot of photos over one event. This is a great guide to help build some awesome layouts especially when you have brain drain.

  • Verified Buyer

    4/ 5stars

    Sketches for Scrapbooking 6

    The sketches in this book are more detailed than most sketches, including sizes for pictures as well as mats and strips. Suggestions for small- and large-patterned papers and stripes also are included. Positions for items (such as 2 inches from bottom of page) also make these easier to use than most sketches. The sketches are two-pagers, but could easily be adapted to single page layouts, and there is heavy use of 4x6 photos.

    On the negative side, there are no photos of complete pages based on sketches. My guess is that is because everything is in black-and-white and it would have been more expensive to include color pages.

    I think this book will be useful for "knocking out" some pages quickly, but I wish sample layouts were included.