Today's challenge is to use three or more photos on your layouts!
The design team have come up with lots of ways to inspire you, here are our examples;
It's been a while I wanted to make a layout from the day when my nephew Andreas and my cat Lola started being friends (i.e. Lola asking for caress and 15-months old Andreas actually caressing her). So the 3+ photos challenge was the perfect excuse to finally make this layout.
I really enjoy using more photos on my layouts, sometimes you need to use more to tell a better story. I went for a grid of six photos for this layout about a day trip to the Devon as I had so many lovely photos from it to choose from!
A multiple photo layout?! No problem for me! I printed out five smaller pics from my latest walk at the coast (Osmington Mills to Weymouth, Dorset) to sum up the day (and as an introduction page for my album).I used a combination of different elements: papers, stickers, stamps, watercolours, mists and a bit of glitter!
Sometimes I want to tell a story and use one photo only to emhasize it - other times I want to let the photos tell the story and the journalling is kept to a minimum.
Don't be afraid to crop the photos to showcase details, like faces or funny jumps:
I am often guilty of not putting lots of photos on a page, so I love the 3 photo challenge and it was perfect to document a holiday game we invented to keep the kids happy in the car....it was surprisingly successful - they had to suck a sweet on our way somewhere and see if they could make it last all the way and then who had the most left when we arrived!
I am not a multi-photo scrapper, I simply want the space for decorations LOL. So I took my three photos and fuzzy cut out the lovely Alva. This way I had lots of space for my creative elements.
I used the Shabbylicious collection from FabScraps. I altered the chipboard pieces using a text stamp and some embossing powder.
I cut up a Prima floral vine to get it spread more over the page.
How many photos can you fit on a layout? We would love to see! Please link up your creations to the sidebar for a chance to be our guest designer for a month!