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Four or More: All in a Row

Whenever I have a layout that calls for many photos in a set I find myself drawn to a simple, unfussy design.  Photos are obviously the focal point of our pages most of the time but when you have four or more pictures on a page it’s easy for them to overwhelm the page and your eyes with no “resting” space.  Using smaller photos is one solution, but often I like to display all my photos in a row to give them the look of one larger photo, like I did on today’s page.

Sunshine Girl, @scrapgoo @PinkPaislee, #pinkpaislee #scrapbooking #DIY #Solstice

It’s actually very easy to arrange your photos like this in any editing software.  I use Photoshop but you could even use a free program like Picmonkey.com.  You need to make sure all of your photos are the same height and then open a new file.  Add them to the new file, all in a row, and make sure it is no longer than 11″ unless you have a wide format printer.  Print it as one photo.

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I love the clean look of all the photos in a row but I did add a chipboard photo frame to the last one to pop some focus on there!

Sunshine Girl, @scrapgoo @PinkPaislee, #pinkpaislee #scrapbooking #DIY #Solstice

The Solstice collection was a natural pick for these photos of my daughter.

Sunshine Girl, @scrapgoo @PinkPaislee, #pinkpaislee #scrapbooking #DIY #Solstice
Sunshine Girl, @scrapgoo @PinkPaislee, #pinkpaislee #scrapbooking #DIY #Solstice
Sunshine Girl, @scrapgoo @PinkPaislee, #pinkpaislee #scrapbooking #DIY #Solstice
No need to feel intimidated by using lots of photos on your pages! Keep it clean and simple with a linear placement!

Pink Paislee collection used: Solstice, Hello Sunshine

JessMutty

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