Start Your Next Scrapbook Page Here | Page Prompts No. 3 | Get It ScrappedWelcome back to our monthly page prompt series here at Get It Scrapped, in which our team makes scrapbook pages from prompts that require certain products or approaches.

Research suggests that we often take the path of least resistance when creating, working with ideas we’re comfortable with. Starting, instead, with prescribed processes or supplies gets you trying new things and finding out what original creations emerge.

Want to try it? Here is a set of scrapbook page prompts for you.

the prompts

Your page must include:

  1. (2) tilted photos
  2. (3) different pattern papers featuring the same print in different size/color variations
  3. (1) embellishment sprinkle or trail
  4. Journaling that includes dialogue

inspiration (aka, it’s been done before)

These Get It Scrapped articles show you how others have used individual ingredients from the prompts on scrapbook pages. Of course, you’ll be going farther with all 4 ingredients.

the GIS Creative Team takes the challenge

Ronnie Crowley says, “I don’t know about you, but I’m forever talking to my puppy as if she can talk back. It seemed about time to give her a voice in my scrapbook.”

“The trail of paw prints here came from the prompts and they draw the eye from the large focal point photo down to the smaller pictures and journaling.”

Start Your Next Scrapbook Page Here |Page Prompts No. 3 |Ronnie Crowley | Get It Scrapped

If She Could Talk by Ronnie Crowley | Supplies: Allison Pennington – I am who I am; Kim Jensen – Brown Bag Bliss; Chelle Creations – Girl Power; Little Butterfly Wings – All Dogs go to Heaven; Mye De Leon – Puzzled; One Little Bird – Candid. Simply Tiffany – Artisan Templates


Marcia Fortunato says, “My sons were homeschooled, so when my youngest was the only one still at home and he was missing his brothers, he would send them text messages – even if he didn’t really have anything to say. These photos were taken around this time and pair nicely with some of the comical messages he sent in his desperate attempt to connect.”

“I don’t often tilt photos on my layouts, but the tilts in the prompts here worked here to symbolize the emotional ups and downs my son was feeling at this time. Keeping everything else on the page as straight as possible counteracts the tilts and gives the layout stability.”

Start Your Next Scrapbook Page Here | Page Prompts No. 3 | Marcia Fortunato | Get It Scrapped

Translation: I Am Missing You by Marcia Fortunato | Supplies: Patterned Paper: My Mind’s Eye, Simple Stories; Letter stickers: Simple Stories, Jenni Bowlin; Embellishments: Echo Park, Teresa Collins, Studio Calico, Recollections, My Mind’s Eye; Spray Mist: Studio Calico; Pen: LePen (Marvy).


Stefanie Semple says, “My daughter and I walked into Woolworth’s store, and her eyes gleamed as she saw her dream Christmas present. This layout documents our subsequent conversation.”

“The gold tone-on-tone colors and touches of glitter set the scene for a festive layout, while the tilted photos and layered papers add to the idea of layers of conversation.”

Start Your Next Scrapbook Page Here | Page Prompts No. 3 | Stefanie Semple | Get It Scrapped

All I want for Christmas by Stefanie Semple. Little Butterfly Wings: Golden December; Valorie Wibben’s: Sewn Pockets; Hat of Bunny: Spilled Treasures {Festive}


Devra Hunt says, “My Grandmother and son are enjoying some time together playing a game of ‘Tickle. Tickle’ in these photos.”

“When I think of my Grandma and my children, I think of the circle of life, which is why I chose polka dotted paper. I used the design advice of having a stable straight line to anchor the tilted photos. I also mixed the size and color of the pattern paper motifs. The dialogue was the most challenging part of the prompt for me. I had to find photos to which I could attach dialogue. The layout design is inspired by Corrie Jones layout in Product Play eBook from the Get It Scrapped Membership.”

Start Your Next Scrapbook Page Here | Page Prompts No. 3 | Devra Hunt | Get It Scrapped

Tickle, Tickle by Devra Hunt | Supplies: Patterned Paper, alphas & brads-Simple Stories, twine & Pen-American Crafts, wood pieces & mist-Studio Calico, chipboard, epoxy stickers, puffy stickers & flair-Freckled Fawn, enamel dots-My Minds Eye, journal tag-Paper Issues Swag Bag, Ink-VersaMagic, Adhesive-Recollections, Ek Success, Stickles


Summer Christiansen says, “This page is about my daughter having an awesome first grade teacher who wanted to keep her again in class the next year.”

“I think any time you do a prompted page, it allows you to grow and learn. This prompt really helped me combine patterned papers, use tilted photos, and add dialogue.  These are three things I would never put together, but yielded a look I absolutely love.  Adding a contrasting color as background,  grounded this layout and made it work. I tried white paper and lighter colors but because I already had a light photo as my focal point and elements and papers with white, it didn’t work.”

Start Your Next Scrapbook Page Here | Page Prompts No. 3 | Summer Christiansen | Get It Scrapped

Be Happy Be Bright by Summer Christiansen | SUPPLIES: teal background paper from “Giddy” by AWolf Designs {from April 2014 Digi Filies), Shine Bright Kit by Sahlin Studio {from Dec 2014 Digi Files) Date Stamp Brushes by liv.edesigns

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