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9 ideas for multi-photo layouts



I love using multi-photos to visually tell the story in my layouts...especially since my family tends to "ham it up" for the camera. Oh yes, flip-throughs of the scrapbook albums always elicit laughter. *LOL* Here are 9 ideas for multi-photo layouts taken from my 2012 archives. Enjoy! *winks*

Yay
A whimsical scene

1. Vary the shapes and sizes of your photos.

Off-to-the-playground
Guest designer at Imaginarium Designs

2. Have fun with a mirrored (sort of) effect.


An-awesome-day
The convenience factor

3. Mix it up with black/white and coloured photos.

4. Punch out your photos.

5. Go with a grid.


Hog's-breath-cafe
I am a sucker for cute stuff

6. Use a corner rounder.

7.  Incorporate consecutive action silhouette photos.

The-sweetest-bookworm-princess
The sweetest bookworm princess

8. Try a magazine-style layout - one main photo with many smaller photos.


Whatcha doing
Guess who was trying to tickle himself?

9. Use your photos to answer a question related to your story.

There you have it...9 ideas for multi-photo layouts. I've had fun pulling out these layouts from my 2012 archives...what do you think? Has my style changed?


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8 comments:

Lizzyc said...

Great tips, fabulous layouts too..

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

I love these tips!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Suman Pandit said...

love reading your tips Yvonne...although I know I am not going to attempt any layout in the near future :)

Lisa said...

All of your layouts are so amazing!! Each design is unique and creative and fabulous!! And the Gangster Gang are the cutest models ever ;) Love them all, my friend!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Cindy deRosier said...

Love these! Your style hasn't changed much, as they are still very recognizably you.

Shelly said...

Some great tips! I always LOVE your layouts! Each one has there own style and always has 'Yvonne' written all over it...not sure how to describe it, but you and your layouts (even cards) are one of a kind...and that's a good thing! ;) <3

Annette Allen said...

your layouts are ALWAYS outstanding.. You are great with color and you always made cool backgrounds.

Audrey Pettit said...

You have such creative ideas for photo arrangement and usage! The effects you create with your fussy cut images always make me smile, and I love that you use different shapes, too. This post is awesome..... I am enjoying going back and seeing all those photos of the gangsta gang as wee babes! ;)

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