“Under the Glass” Scrapbook Layout

Today I have a layout to share. It was really quick and easy to make actually. I used the Heidi Swapp No Limits paper pad. The embellishments are cut out from the paper pad too. We went to the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada couple weeks ago and I am finally scrapping those photos. Turns out A LOT of photos were a little blurry; we took a lot of selfies; but it is okay, what can we do..  I don’t mind it as much and I still scrapbook those selfies and blurry photos. I find that I will still print those blurry photos and scrapbook those memories because those are the ONLY photos I have.

Here is my layout:

heidi swapp aquarium scrapbook layout

I used a sketch from Sketch~N~Scrap for inspiration and made the process much faster too.

Supplies used:

  • Heidi Swapp No Limits Paper Pad
  • Basic Grey Eskimo Kisses Alphabet stickers

Will you scrapbook photos that are not the best quality? Any tips on taking clear photos? Share with me by leaving a comment!

Thanks for stopping by. Happy crafting.

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18 thoughts on ““Under the Glass” Scrapbook Layout

  1. Wonderful job with the sketch! I always scrapbook photos no matter how “great” they are as you are right it the memory it conveys more then anything! Thanks for joining us at Sketch N Scrap!

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  2. I love that you made a little change to the top of the sketch that looks awesome on your layout! Great selfies too! Thanks for your continued support and for sharing another stunning page with us at Sketch N Scrap. xx

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  3. Great job. Sometimes if all you have is blurry photos, that is what you have to use, although those don’t look too bad to me. Thanks for joining us at Sketch n Scrap.

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