Thinking “Inside the Box”

Thinking “Inside the Box”

Usually we are encouraged to be creative and think outside the box.  However, I worked “inside the box” for these layouts!  (Click on a photo for a closer look.)


This fall page has several photos cut to fit inside fall-shaped dies.

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The collage of photos is inside the barn on this field trip page.

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Photos are cut to fit inside the ornaments and packages on this Christmas layout.

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Look inside the mittens and snowmen on this winter page.

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The insides of the water splashes contain the photos on this summer layout.

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On this school page, the large schoolhouse die contains the individual and class portraits.

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There are photos in the tent die on this camping page.

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This Halloween spread has photos in the haunted house.

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Here’s another Halloween layout with the photos trimmed to fit in the word “boo” and another photo is in the ghost.

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Photos make up the parts of the Mayflower on this Thanksgiving page.

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Party pictures are in the hand-made castle layout.

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