Scrapbook patterning is a way of arranging your scrapbook page to best show off your momentos, journaling, photos and embellishments in a well balnaced state.

You may ask, "how can I arrange my scrapbook page to best show off my mementos and embellishments?"

There are different ways that you can achieve this,

  • You can place everything in the center of your page, place a single focus item in the center,

  • or divide the page into sections adding items to each section.

  • You may also choose to lay the items out in a standard recipe or calendar layout.
Shapes also make interesting placement patterns. Common shapes include circles, squares, hearts, and stars.

However, you can also place items in object patterns such as mountains, trains, or Christmas trees.

The shapes you choose for your scrapbook will depend entirely on your theme. For instance, a logical shape for a wedding or Valentines Day scrapbook is a heart. A nice shape for a Christmas scrapbook is a Christmas tree. You might make a cake pattern for your niece, the pastry cook. Let your imagination and creativity be your guide.

Various ready made scrapbook patterning templates are available on the market.

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