Thirty One Girl
|Posted: 7/11/2013 8:14:03 PM|
I'm trying to get back into scrapbooking. Life always gets in the way. I am going to start with project life but I'm curious what is your favorite design photo page?
|Posted: 7/11/2013 8:17:16 PM|
Another newbie that is interested in someone's experience.
|Posted: 7/11/2013 8:21:09 PM|
There seem to be two trains of thought on this topic. Some love to mix it up. But I think the majority of people try to keep their process streamlined, so they stick to one design. I personally really love the smaller inserts because often times I have too many photos to fit.
Loc: New York City
|Posted: 7/11/2013 8:21:10 PM|Design A. I don't know why it just is.
|Posted: 7/11/2013 8:27:31 PM|
Design A! It's symmetrical and looks good as a single or double page spread. I always know what size to print my photos. The only insert I do is a 12x12 when I've done a traditional layout.
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|Posted: 7/11/2013 8:29:39 PM|
Design A for me as well. I like the layout of the photos, and the smaller slot works well for cropped photos and business cards.
|Posted: 7/11/2013 8:55:57 PM|
I find that I'm mostly using A. It just seems to work best for the majority of my photos.
|Posted: 7/11/2013 9:12:25 PM|
Another design A user here, but I agree with Meagan82one...it's easier to stick to one design. I threw in a page with 9 4x4s and it totally threw off my next week. I am impressed when people can switch it up, but its not for me!
Loc: Carrollton, VA
|Posted: 7/11/2013 9:17:17 PM|
I have been doing a mix but I'm not a traditional Project Lifer. I'm using it to document my recent pregnancy and 2nd son's infancy. It is a challenge to use all the different layouts but I have a decent amount of 4x6 photos to pick from. I have cropped some photos to 3x4 or 4x4 when needed as well.
Loc: Brunswick, GA
|Posted: 7/11/2013 10:04:33 PM|
I actually use Design G the most. It is only 12x10 but I love it because it is the only design that has vertical and horizontal 4x6 slots. I'm hoping this changes with CHA! Fingers crossed!
Sweet Tea Lovin' Pea
Loc: North Texas
|Posted: 7/11/2013 10:09:53 PM|
Design A. I also love using Design H and I as inserts for weeks that have a lot of pics/events.
Loc: Twin Cities, MN
|Posted: 7/11/2013 10:41:58 PM|
Design A and D
Loc: Twin Cities, MN
|Posted: 7/11/2013 11:31:28 PM|
Another vote for A and D.
Will trade mosquitoes for cookies.
Loc: Living in Kim's Perfect World, again.
|Posted: 7/12/2013 12:11:27 AM|Every design from every good manufacturer.
If PC is the way to get to Heaven, I'm going straight to Hell.
Loc: Silverdale, WA
|Posted: 7/12/2013 1:00:41 AM|I bought a multi pack from We R memory keepers and I love it! It had several different designs. I like to mix up my album with different style PL pages and 12x12. I just crop my photos to fit whatever I have, like Here
Loc: New England
|Posted: 7/12/2013 6:46:13 AM|
I'm not sure which "design" it is, but I've been using the one with six 6x4 pockets. I like the flexibility this gives me. I can include two 3x4 photos or inserts in any of the pockets.
|Posted: 7/12/2013 6:55:03 AM|
In the Becky Higgins language, the one I use and like the most is Design C. That's with six horizontal pockets that are 4" x 6". But, I get mine from Michael's and the brand is American Crafts.
I like it because I can still put two 3" x 4" cards side by side in the pocket (I tape them together with washi tape on the back side so they won't slide over each other).
|Posted: 7/12/2013 8:10:10 AM|
I almost always stick with Design A. It works well for me because I take mostly horizontal photos. I did switch to Design D for a week when I had a lot of vertical photos from my boys' prom. And it was kind of fun figuring out how to fit my pictures from the next week into the back of that Design D so I thought I might switch it up more often but so far I'm still sticking with Design A. I like it and it takes less thought!
Loc: Charlottesville, VA
|Posted: 7/12/2013 8:29:09 AM|
design a - s'one said it well above : keeps it simple! very little guesswork & you know what to expect for the next week. I mixed it up for awhile, but was always trying to remember what I had used the previous week so that I would take my photos in the orientation that fit! too big a hassle. so, a it is. I use all the others, cut in half, as inserts.
|Posted: 7/12/2013 3:16:51 PM|
I just started a couple weeks ago and I'm not doing it with a timeline... I like design A because I can easily divide up the pockets if I want to with the four horizontal 4x6 and four vertical 3x4... One 4x6 and one 3x4 for one 'event', or two 4x6 (one top, one bottom) with the two 3x4x in the middle for an 'event'... If I have an extra 4x6 that I want to fit in, I'll cut it in half and make it into two 3x4s - I actually like the look of that, so it works for me... Like another Pea said, design A is symmetrical... I find that means that I can choose where the emphasis goes because no part of the page protector is bigger/visually heavier than another part of the protector...
I did buy a box of the design A and D mix for the 'events' where I have a lot of vertical 4x6 photos that I don't want to print as 3x4s... I haven't used any of them ye though...
Loc: pea formerly known as GIPfunny
|Posted: 7/12/2013 4:31:35 PM|
I use design D slightly more than A.
|Posted: 7/12/2013 4:41:00 PM|
I'm mostly A (like 95% of the time) but I'll occasionally throw D in there since it is just rotated A and looks good with an A as the opposite page of the spread. But seriously, A is where I exist mostly.
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Craft Warehouse Project Life
Loc: New Jersey
|Posted: 7/12/2013 8:42:39 PM|Design A all of last year with one or two spreads with Design D (vertical).
This year I am mixing in Design F: it has 1 4 x 6 and the rest are 3x4. I like to print a ton of smaller pictures and this gives me room for that and maybe some filler cards.It may be my new favorite and I never thought I would give up Design A!
& the Velcro dog
Loc: Somewhere over the Judgy-pants Rainbow
|Posted: 7/12/2013 11:14:41 PM|
Design A--makes it easier
Using other designs is for the extra additions, mostly.
The difference between genius and stupidity is genius has its limits. ~Albert Einstein
|Posted: 7/13/2013 11:40:41 AM|
Where can you see all the designs? TIA