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In the mood for maxium layout options? ValuePack: In a Mood 9-12 will offer you even more templates to quickly create your layouts with numerous photos!
These templates are inspired by mood boards used in many areas of art and design! There are spaces and places for numerous photos and embellishments and these can hlep you layout your pages in no time! Create your own mood, style or theme by showcasing your favorite color, location or photo shoot! They're also great for creating Project 52 / 365 layouts and will help you place multiple photos without looking cluttered.
Show off your favorite scrapbook kits for patterned fun, or create your own textures in colors that match your photos perfectly! These layouts also give you great opportunities to create some visual interest by using your favorite styles on those smaller sections. Color them to match your papers or photos, then finish them off with chipboard, ink or even glitter! Just browse the ScrapGirls offerings in the boutique for Styles under PS & PSE Tools.
Layout information and inspiration:
"My Favorite Things" digital scrapbook layout by Laura Louie use:
This was a fun layout because it gave me an opportunity to use a bunch of random photos that I really liked, but hadn't been able to unite under a theme before! Now many of my favorite things are documented on a page that was fast and easy to layout. I added my usual inked edges and drop shadow to the photos, and then embellished with some small flowers that served as small decorations but didn't interfere with my photos. I liked the star/swirl, so I just added a little outer glow to help it stand out from my photos. A very simple script title completed the layout!
"Electrical Parade" digital scrapbook layout by Laura Louie uses:
This layout was very fast and easy - I just popped in my photos and added a white stroke to help separate them from the dark background. I didn't need a title because I was lucky to have a shot of the "Electrical Parade" float that I was able to use instead! Once that was done, I added a few swirls (I LOVE swirls in my layouts) and a few scattered flowers. I colored the side squared with tones from the photos and kept the scattered flower neutral so the emphasis stayed on my photos.
"Bemuda" digital scrapbook layout by Laura Louie uses:
Ah Bermuda! This layout was bittersweet for me! Sweet because I love Bermuda SO much, and bitter because I miss it so much!!! But still, it was nice to take a stroll down memory lane and showcase some favorite shots! I couldn't make my shot of St. David's Lighthouse fit in one space, so I decided to combine two spaces to make it work! I just clicked on those two layers and pressed Command+E to merge them into one layer. Then I positioned my photo so it worked over those spaces. I also added a piece of ripped velum onto the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse photo which is a great way to separate your captions from the photos. Just add your paper over the photo and reduce transparency for a faux velum feel!
"Storm King Art Center" digital scrapbook layout by Laura Louie use:
For this layout, I had a TON of photos that I loved and wanted to use! I chose to put my close-up shots in the smaller spaces because I really wanted the fall foliage to be visible in the more distant shots. I added my cluster onto some smaller spaces so that it didn't interfere with my photos. I like to use subtle papers behind my titles, but in retrosect, monotone or sepia photos might have worked as well. I added a thin stroke and some inner/outer shadow to my photos to complete the layout!
"Recital" digital scrapbook layout by Laura Louie use:
I only had a few photos that I really liked for this layout, so I used them and filled in my blank spaces with some solid papers from the Beautiful Dancer Solid Papers. I think those solid papers create a nice background for embellishments and help keep the balanced feel of the layout. I also dropped them behind the "Recital" title and then the better photos in more prominent positions in the layout.
When you complete your purchase, you will receive (via email) a pass code which will allow you to download your product files directly from a download area that is assigned specifically for your use. You will also be able to locate your download and pass code information in your Scrap Girls Boutique account area.