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If you are anything like me you have stacks of 6x4 inch prints lying around just begging to be scrapbooked! It's sometimes nice to have enlargements to scrap, but I also like scrapbooking 6x4 photos. It lets me order prints before I have decided what my page layout needs to be, and then when the scrapbooking bug hits me like it did this past long weekend, I am ready to go!

Here's some easy 6x4 photo layouts, all using Kraft cardstock as my background. Why don't you have a go scrapbooking some 6x4 layouts of your own using these layouts? I'd love to see what you come up with, so make sure you leave me a linked comment if you do!

This first one was a story about the fabulous day my friend and downline Miriam Thomas had before convention. It was great fun cruising on the harbor, walking around and having a long lunch on the waters edge! This is just a simple stack of 3 6x4 photos, with some embellishments.

Cruising Convention 2010 WM

Stampin' Up! products used:

  • Stamp Sets: Baroque Motifs and Friends 24/7
  • Cardstock: Kraft, Naturals Ivory, Taken with Team and Really Rust
  • Ink: Sahara Sand
  • Other: Two Step Bird Punch, Designer Buttons, Timeless Type Junior Alphabet for Big Shot.

This second one features just one 6x4 photo, one I really liked of my first two Art with Heart team Managers to come with me to a Managers Reception at Convention, Sue Madex and Miriam Thomas. I am so proud of them and their great team building and leadership skills! I think this scan is a bit glary - sorry! It looks nice in real life! There's also a pink Rhinestone brad in each damask image that hasn't shown up too well.

Managers Reception 2010 WM

Stampin' Up! Products used:

  • Stamps: Friends 24/7 and Baroque Motifs
  • Cardstock and Paper: Bella Rose DSP, Kraft, Whisper White
  • Ink: Pink Pirouette, Black Stazon
  • Other: Two Step Bird Punch, Rhinestone Brads, Paper Piercer

This final one uses photos that had been waiting to be scrapped for nearly 18 months from an impromptu photo shoot in the backyard on Fathers Day 2008. There's a couple of bits and pieces from my stash on this one as well. Again I love the versatility of the Kraft background.

Fathers day 2008 WM

Stampin' Up! products used:

  • Cardstock:Kraft, Kiwi Kiss, Chocolate Chip, Old Olive
  • Paper: Bella Rose Designer Series Paper
  • Other: Two Step Bird Punch 

I hope this inspires you to dig out some 6x4 photos and scrap them yourself. If you do, please link back her and leave a comment with a link to your page so we can come by and give you some comment love!

Until next time,

Claire xx

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Wendy Todd

Beautiful layouts, Claire, they're lovely! I really need to get stuck into my scrapbooking, 1 layout a month is just not keeping me up to date!!!

Christine Blain

Now these, I LOVE. I was rapt when SU! brought out 12x12 Kraft, but have done nothing with mine. I love your layouts and colours, Claire, and the use of the bird punch and Friends 24-7 stamp set. You have inspired me to do SOMETHING!! Love how the gingham DSP in the Father's Day layout looks like a picnic tablecloth, too.

Sue Madex

Love the layouts Claire!

Jacqui

These layouts are beautiful Claire. You've inspired me. Only ordered a stack of photos yesterday. Cannot wait for them to arrive now!

Nerida

I love all three of your scrap pages. Especially the layout for your second page, simple but very elegant.

Miriam Thomas

Love Love Love these layouts Claire! They really are gorgous.....and so are you! :-)

jillian cook

Hi Claire I love reading your pages and get great ideas.I love your xmas pages, especially the "3 wise chicks". In Dec my 2 friends and I go for lunch,we always have our photo taken, last years was at "freedom". This layout gave me ideas to use up my photos I have of these memorable days together.

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