Scrapbook Page Sketch and Layered Template #110 | Get It ScrappedThis free scrapbook page sketch comes from a page made by Sue Althouse for the Process Play class in the Get It Scrapped Membership, where members have access to a library of over 100 layered templates and page sketches, searchable by # of photos and layout type.


Scrapbook Page Sketch and Layered Template #110 | Get It Scrapped

Sketch and Layered Template made by Amy Kingsford based on a layout by Sue Althouse for Masterful Scrapbook Design Process Play.

Scrapbook Page Sketch and Layered Template #110 | Sue Althouse | Get It Scrapped

Polar Vortex 2014 by Sue Althouse l Cardstock: Bazzill, Recollections; Snowflake Punch: Martha Stewart; Floss, Vellum: We R Memory Keepers; Twinkle Goosebumps: Queen & Co.; Ribbon: American Crafts; Typewriter: Remington; Title: Silhouette shape

Sue says, “To tell my story about the miserable winter of 2013-14, I selected three photos my husband took shortly after Winter Storm Ion dumped 10-11 inches of snow on our area. I did a little online research to get my facts straight, and then wrote my journaling.”

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Looking for more examples of how you might use this sketch/template to inspire your next page? Here are a few inspired pages from our Get It Scrapped Creative Team.

Celeste Smith says, “I loved the scatter of elements along the vertical band on this sketch, so I used it to record my husband’s annual trip to the White Mountains to backcountry ski. I normally wouldn’t use a scatter of elements like this. I also loved the little bit of paper with the sequins too. I think I’m going to leverage that in an upcoming page!”

Scrapbook Page Sketch and Layered Template #110 | Celeste Smith | Get It Scrapped

Fresh by Celeste Smith | Supplies: fresh snow by Celeste Smith | Supplies: Allison Pennington: The Winter Stuff kit; Font: Underwood Champion

Sian Fair says, “I like a sketch with a grid and I especially like one which forces me to abandon my single photo comfort zone and use more than one photo. My page is about a series of photos I took while I was standing on the deck of our cruise ship. Without the sketch I might never have put these photos together and told this story: left to my own devices I would have almost certainly picked just one picture and told a different story.”

Scrapbook Page Sketch and Layered Template #110 | Sian Fair | Get It Scrapped

Naval Gazing 2013 by Sian Fair | Supplies: Patterned Paper: Pink Paislee, Fancy Pants, Gossamer Blue; Alphas: American Crafts: See through stickers: Amy Tangerine Remarks for American Crafts; Puffy Stickers: Fancy Pants

Stefanie Semple says, “I had three photos to scrapbook and a fair amount of journaling so this sketch was perfect for my needs. Andrew and I visited my Mom at the old age home and ended up washing the windows of her room. I loved the text paper, with words like ‘love is work’ and ‘beautiful’ it was perfect to convey the emotion behind the basic concept of cleaning the windows.”

Scrapbook Page Sketch and Layered Template #110 | Stefanie Semple| Get It Scrapped

Window Washing by Stefanie Semple | Supplies: Sara Gleason: Love Story Kit; Valorie Wibbens: Acetate alphas, Laure Ann: Document This Alphabet; Get It Scrapped: Sketch inspired by Sue Althouse