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Location: Orem, UT

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5+ Photos Week!

Screen Shot 2011-07-31 at 12.10.16 PM This week our talented design team is going to show you how to fit at least five pictures on a layout! Afterall, scrapbooking is about preserving memories, so why not try to fit as many photos of the event you're showcasing as possible?! First up: Céline Navarro and Cindy Tobey share their layouts with 5+ photos:

Ce´line Supplies: White (71081) - Cardstock, Salsa Paper (35421) - Margarita, Mariachi Paper (35440) - Margarita,
Sunrise Borders (53185) - Thickers, Paradise (42197) - Remarks, Refreshing (42199) - Remarks, Decorative Tags (85553) - Bits, Powder Subway (42920) - Thickers

Céline shares, "I love playing with Adobe Photoshop! After I chose 5 photos for my layout, I simply made a collage on an 8.5x11" document, put my photos at the bottom and printed them. After that, all the fun began! I played with the Margarita line as the colors were perfect for my colorful photos from San Francisco. I just left some white space in order not to overwhelm the eye too much."
Cindy Supplies: 12x12 Cardstock Marine (71071) - AC Cardstock, 12x12 Cardstock White (71081) - AC Cardstock, Empanada Paper (35429) - Margarita, Mambo Paper  (35424) - Margarita, Aruba Paper (35425) - Margarita, City Park (61733) - Mixtape, Sun Kissed (43391) - MiniMarks, Cabana (78051) - Details, Sadie (42174) - Remarks, Niki Riki Sunflower (53041) - Thickers, Denim (58210) - Ribbon, Sapphire (58209) - Ribbon, Beach Bound (70070) - Flair, Confetti Patterned Buttons (85530) - Elements, City Park Assorted Buttons (85518) - Elements, City Park Assorted Brads (85517) - Elements, Enchanted Assorted Brads (85521) - Elements, Margarita Flower Brads (85550) - Elements

In Cindy's words, “While it's fun to create a one photo layout, I really am more of a multi-photo scrapper. I love using several photos to tell my story. For this page I selected five successive shots showing my son running and jumping into our kiddy pool. I used patterned papers from the Margarita collection to create my hand-cut layered wave. After adding the wave to my page I simply tucked my photos behind the various layers.”

Stay tuned for our weekly giveaway plus even more ways to show off 5+ photos tomorrow!

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