Thursday, April 26, 2007


Valerie Salmon

Valerie Salmon

A one-photo layout. We can't do multiple photo pages all the time. Sometimes there are just single photos that speak volumes on its own. This sketch can be easily adapted to have more photos as well.

It's been a busy week. I had a class last Tuesday and am now preparing for another workshop for National Scrapbook Day.
I did work on a few sketches here and there.

Also, on the 12x12 sketches, if you want to follow the exact dimensions of the sketch, you can easily do this.
When you print the enlarged versions, get your rulers out and note the following:
1/2-inch on the sketch = 1" in actual size
1/4-inch on the sketch = 1/2" in actual size

Again, thanks for all of the wonderful emails and your shared layouts.
It's always fun to see the different ways you interpret the sketches.

PS: Anyone just lurking? (Lots!! LOL) Come out and say hi.


  1. i love this one. i love your website and your sketches. And i love your work, your layouts are so beautiful. xxx

  2. Wendy, thank you!!! I am thrilled that you love the blog and the sketches.

  3. Yes! I have been lurking. I love your sketches. My favorite is the circle one ( the one that Angelia used for play ball). Great site, Valerie!


  4. V - I love this one!! I'm going to try and use it for a 9x9. I scrap all my childhood pics in that size.

    Your work blows me away.

  5. Great sketch, Valerie!! Here is my take on it:

  6. Valerie,
    Love your site, and all of your sketches! I am a pediatrician as well as a scrapbook store owner, so you can imagine, I appreciate inspiration where I can get it...thanks for sharing your creative genius! karen from

  7. Karen, thanks so much for the great feedback. I am thrilled to share some inspiration, if I can.

  8. Hello,

    I really love your inspiring sketches! Thanks for sharing them. This LO is a wonderful interpretation of this sketche composition.




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