On this layout, the page is divided in half horizontally with room for 5 photos, title and a good bit of journaling. The stitching, tags, buttons and stickers add texture and interest.
Another page divided horizontally. The focal point photo is double matted and highlight by the Silhouette die cut, while the bottom contains journaling and a series of photos.
Here's one I divided vertically. There's only one photo, but an entire column is devoted to journaling. This is a one of my favorite layouts.
Brand New Page! Finally, this divided canvas houses smaller photos at the top and larger ones at the bottom, thus distributing weight on the page in a way that makes sense. The placement of embellishments helps guide your eye through the layout in a zig zag fashion.
And there you have it! I made it through a whole year of Go To Designs. That's 11 blog posts and 12 Pinterest boards covering Band, Blocked, Centered, Cluster, Criss Cross, Diagonal, Grids, Half & Half, Project Life, Rectangles, Shelf, Snuggle & Separate. Whew! For some reason, I never blogged about the Blocked Design. Not sure how that happened, but please accept my apologies.
My plans for 2014 are to put these twelve designs to good use in my scrapping and YouTube videos. That's the great thing about a Go To Design: you can use it over and over again!
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