Friday, July 14, 2006

100 Layout Ideas

Got this from a list I'm on. Hope it gives you plenty of ideas.... Enjoy!

1. Journal in your own handwriting
2. Use nothing but cardstock on your layout (with 48 colors it should look like a rainbow)
3. Use tags on a layout (Perfect for the Punch Box Terrific Tags)
4. Scrap a holiday in non-traditional colors (Grab that Color Coach)
5. Use our Designer Series Paper on a layout (Spring Showers anyone?)
6. Use glitter on a layout
7. Use a panoramic picture on a layout
8. Dot the i's in your title with an embellishment (Brads, eyelets, buttons, oh my!)
9. Scrap a current event (within the past yr.) (great time to dust off last years Convention photos)
10. Use a handwritten title
11. Do a vellum overlay over a photo
12. Chalk the edges of a torn photo mat
13. Make a pocket page
14. Use 1-word adjectives to describe the person in a picture
15. Use crumpled paper on a layout
16. Journal on vellum over a photo
17. Journal 2 points of view for each picture
18. Put your title down the side of the page
19. Use beads on layout
20. Weave a fiber behind a title
21. Use a quote on a layout
22. Use something from nature
23. Use magic mesh
24. Use the name of a song for a title
25. Use a decorative punch (Spring has Sprung with the Bouquet punch)
26. Use a poem on a layout
27. Use a paper crimper
28. Use the name of a TV. Show for a title
29. Scrap a family tradition
30. Dry emboss an embellishment
31. Journal using a list
32. Crop a picture in a circle
33. Do a like father like son or like mother like daughter layout.
34. Do a heritage layout
35. Do a layout that includes toys in some way
36. Do a garden layout
37. Use circles on a layout
38. Decorate 1 side of photo mat w/eyelets
39. Use the name of a book for a title
40. Do calligraphy
41. Do a before and after layout (diet, pregnancy)
42. Use rolled paper
43. Make and use a shaker box
44. Use the last thing you bought
45. Use something you got in a swap
46. Use ribbon
47. Use ready-made frame
48. Put title letters on individual tags
49. Do paper weaving on a layout
50. Use chalk on a layout
51. Do a totally me layout using your pictures of you doing your stuff
52. Silhouette a picture
53. Use the word love in the title
54. Do a school layout
55. Use fibers
56. Use a prayer on a layout
57. Use charms
58. Make a quilt page
59. Dangle something from a letter in the title using (wire, raffia, string, or something
60. Use dragonflies on a layout
61. Do a peek-a-boo page
62. Do a winter layout
63. Scrap an accomplishment - yours or family
64. Make and use a journaling square
65. Use a bible verse on a layout
66. Use photos from different time periods (to show change or similarity overtime)
67. Use pop dots
68. Do a nautical layout
69. Use eyelets
70. Do a step into the past layout
71. Tear the edges of a picture
72. Use a ladybug theme
73. Use watercolor pencils on a layout
74. Make a monochromatic layout
75. Do an animal layout (zoo, pets, and could be people)
76. Take a layout you've done that you love, and recreate it with different colors and a different theme
77. Do a paper piecing on a page
78. Make an embellishment w/punches
79. Use a non-scrapbook related embellishment
80. Make a shadow box layout with foam core
81. Do a vacation layout
82. Journal under a lift up photo
83. Emboss your own background paper (wet/dry)
84. Make mosaic frames for the pictures
85. Use buttons
86. Use black and white pictures on a layout
87. Use brads on a layout
88. Do a water layout (beach, pool, pond, lake, bathtub, rainstorm, or squirt gun) anything water
89. Do an it's broken layout (toy or car)
90. Dangle tags from photo mat
91. Use a 5x7 or larger picture on a layout
92. Pick key words in your journaling to highlight with borders or larger font
93. Make a layout w/out pictures (must have journaling)
94. Put memorabilia on a page (coins, baby bracelet, etc.)
95. Decorate the four corners of a layout
96. Use a keepsake pocket
97. Cut out the letters for a title
98. Write a letter to the person in the layout
99. Do a career layout (Great for the promotion certificates, pictures of walking on stage, etc.)
100. Frame a picture with the same picture (cut out part of it)

No comments: