Scrapbooking Memories

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If you’re stuck for design inspiration, a sketch is always a great help. It’s also interesting to see how different people interpret a sketch. We challenged two talented contributors to create a layout using ours. Have a look at these fabulous adaptations then have a go yourself.

1. Take a sketch

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Linda Trace
Age: 34 (when did that happen?!) Family: I’m married to a great guy, Matt, mama to three gorgeous girls who are 6 (Isabella), 4 (Charlotte) and 1 (Olivia). We have 2 fur babies (dogs). Occupation: I’m a stay at home mother but I have degrees in Jap
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Alison Callcott
Age: 46 Family: Married to Geoff and we share our lives with Bear, a Kelpie x Heeler who basically runs the house. Scrappy style: Mostly mixed media and a little experimental. Other hobbies/interests: Dog obedience and agility with Bear, going to
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