by Debbie Hodge

You can find a new sketch every Friday in the Get It Scrapped Sketch Gallery.

Happy New Year. So happy to  share my first sketches of 2010. I don’t have a 2-pager in this bundle, but I have 3 1-pagers. I find when I do a “cluster” kind of design, I can mix and match other “clusters” so I’m hoping you’ll be able to combine two for two pagers — or just coordinate the 1-pagers facing each other.

These sketches are all about layering your photos, papers, and those pretty labels you’ve collected. They don’t need to be just like what I’ve used. Mix up like Doris does! Also, I didn’t represent it here, but I think the tied ribbon would look great with tails dangling.

If you’d like to make some of your own labels, check out the dingbat fonts at House of Lime. See the dingbats that start with “Frame” and “Designer” in this list.

Get some great scrapbook page ideas from Amy Kingsford’s take on the sketch in the vintage-look layout below.

Download/open pdf with sketches & measurements

Download zipped file with layered templates for digital scrapbookers



Amy Kingsford used the sketches here as a springboard to this gorgeous vintage-look page full of ephemera, bookplates and flowers.