Scrapbook How To: An Entire Month at a Glance

Try a different approach to scrapbooking – create one two-page layout for each month of the year. It’s quick and easy using these instructions and ideas from Shelly Jacquet. She used the concepts to create her All About Fall layout.

All About Fall by Shelly Jacquet from Creating Keepsakes November/December 2011

How To

1. Trim brown cardstock, and adhere to layout.

2. Crop 13 photos to 3″ x 4″, and adhere to layout.

3. Trim patterned paper to create four 3″ x 4″ pieces, and adhere to layout.

4. Punch circles, staple ribbon to tops, and adhere to layout.

5. Punch leaf, adhere threaded button to leaf, and adhere leaf to layout.

6. Hand-cut square, triangle, and heart from patterned paper. Add brad to heart. Assemble house pieces, adhering to layout.

7. Adhere 4″ x 6″ photos, journaling spot, and title to layout.

Make it Even Faster

Use stickers to accent your patterned paper pieces.

See the original article here for journaling ideas.

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5 Responses to Scrapbook How To: An Entire Month at a Glance

  1. Gloria Martens says:

    I am preparing ahead of time LOs for a month-in-review for 2014. Love this example Shelly J has done. I may use this as my basic sketch for the year. I can see where it would be easy to add embellishments appropriate to each month. Thanks for showing us this. I now have it pinned to a Pinterest board (love that Pinterest) for reference.

  2. Gabriella says:

    Love this example . Thank you….

  3. Katiria says:

    I love surprises and mysteries!

  4. I really like this one. Very detailed information and all the pictures are put into. Great work.

  5. Cathie D says:

    Love the concept and can see it working really well for a great year in review page as well or even something for a trip or event!
    Thanks

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