Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Sketch Inspiration: Layout

It is time for another great sketch. Poor me...having to search the net for sketches that I like. It is torture! LOL I thought a 2 pager was in order!

I found this sketch on

So, what type of sketch do YOU prefere?  One page?  Two page?


  1. I am usually a one page sketch kind of girl, but this looks like a good one!

  2. I find that I usually don't have enough "good" photos of one topic/event to support a 2 pager, so I mostly do 1 page layouts. I am getting better at looking past the less than perfect photos, though. It is good to have one of these sketches in my back pocket for when the planets align and I have the photos.

  3. I am the opposite, I never do 1 page layouts always 2 pages. Sometimes if there are a lot of photos I want to use to tell the story I will carry it over to a 4 page layout. Nice sketch, will add it to my inspiration file for this week. Thanks!

  4. It depends on how many photos I have on any certain subject....but you guys always have such great sketches to try!
    Pam :)

  5. I'm usually a one page girl, but a) I like this double pager b) I'm happy to adapt a sketch to fit me and c) I'm really into 12x18 layouts right now adding an extra half page for journalling so I'm a bit in between 1and 2 pages at the moment. ;-)

  6. I can adapt just about any sketch, although I am drawn to one-pagers more because I usually use smaller photos, and I scrap in 8.5x11. I think I'll give this a go as soon as my newest pictures are printed tomorrow afternoon.

  7. I always scrap in two-page layouts even though I am like Kindle and scrap in 8.5 x 11. With the double page size, I find I have enough space to tell my story. But it is really hard to find great sketches for that size, so if anyone has good sites for sketches in that size, please comment!For those of you who use 12 x 12, Allison Davis has wonderful sketches! And check out Page Maps (can you tell I'm a sketch junkie)?


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