Yes! It's just a matter of having the right stuff - and your photos edited and printed. Do you, like me, find that often the photo editing part is the most time consuming part (or just boring *lol*) of the creative process? I don't have any fancy photo editing programs - not even PhotoShop (!), so all I do is some cropping and brightening - but still!
OK, here is how I did:
I gathered my stuff, spread out my photos, inserted cut outs and corrugated houses (Click on images for the full screen version):
|All materials from My ScrapbookNook June Kit|
added twine, title, some stickers and did some very simple journaling
|Patterned papers & stickers: Simple Stories Fresh Summer|
Corrugated shapes, twine & butterflies: Jillibean Soup
and voila! A complete two pager layout made in a minute!
|Green Alpha: American Craft. other alphas: Simple Stories|
Need further instructions or detail images from the process to be convinced this two pager is as easy to make as I said? You are welcome to visit this month's multiphoto class at MyScrapbook Nook.
As usual I'm curious and have a question for you: what do you prefer to make: one photo layouts, or multiphoto layouts?