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Scrapbooking & Two Step Stamping go Hand in Hand

A very simple layout

My 6"x 6" scrapbook album is full of all different sorts of layouts, and what I love about this size, is that not only are they really quick and simple to make, they are also very easy to use for gift giving - in a simple folder card, or as part of a mini album. 

This little layout is an example of quick and simple - it took me longer to choose and print the photo than it did to complete the layout!

Two step layout 

Once you've completed a 6"x 6' layout, you may even hold onto it for a while and see if it can form part of a larger layout.  Often, this little panel lends itself to inclusion on a bigger page - maybe with a row of small photos down one side or across the bottom, or perhaps with a simple border pattern with more of the stamped images. 

There's a challenge for me. I am going to see if this one can be blended into my other favourite size layout - 12"x 12".  I have some ideas already, so I better get off this computer and go have a play!

Don't forget there are a range of Two Step Stampin' sets like the cute Birdie one in this layout, that are 20% off this month only. Details of which sets are on my specials page - click here.


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Dam Buster of Preston

SImple layouts can be very effective, especially if you want to make the content (in this case the photo) the main focus. Looks great Kathryn, keep up the great work!

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