Sunday, August 25, 2013

Project Life examples.

Here I used the 6x6 slots, and matted my 4x6 photo on 6x6 paper (lowerright.)

The other side of my 6x6" slots page. Notice I had to cut the map to make it fit across two slots.

This is a terrible shot, but hopefully you can see that the vertical picture of the Epcot dome is cut to fit down two horizontal slots, and matted to fill out the slots.

I had a horizontal 4x6 photo, and four 3x4" slots to fill. So I chopped the picture up and matted it. I think chopping off-center givees a better look than choping it equally.

Another horizontal 4x6 cut. and matted.

The flowers in the bottom middle 3x4" slot are cut from a larger photo. I would have used the whole thing, but I needed to fill that slot and was able to crop it down.

Vertical photo and vertical journaling, chopped across the middle to fit the 3x4" slots that run doen the middle.


smcl said...

Janelle - I think you did a great job using your photos in the divided protectors!

GLOANN said...

I've done just a little of the PL type scrapping and have done pretty much what you did. Did our family reunion album this way one year just making my own cards, etc. I cut pictures, matted pictures, whatever it took to make them work. And it did work. Turned out to be a very nice album with lots more journaling than I normally do because I needed to fill all those spots. I believe it will be a family treasure.

Carolyn said...

Great ideas for making things fit. Thanks for sharing.