Are you in the mood for a free gift? I (Katie) put together a layered template for you to download. Just click on the template image above to download. 🙂
If you need some tips for using layered templates, be sure to check out these past posts and tutorials:
- Using Layered Templates
- Making Templates Work for You
- Top Ten Reasons to Love Templates part 1
- Top Ten Reasons to Love Templates part 2
- Top Ten Reasons to Love Templates part 3
Here are some layouts from our team to give you some ideas for using this mulit-photo layout template.
Layout by Katie. Papers & flowers by Anne DeJong. Fontologie Haphazard and Gil Sans fonts.
Tips: I used the template “as is” and simply filled in the photo spaces and journaling areas. So easy!
Layout by Tara. additional credits Citrus Summer kit by Fei-Fei stuff Brush by Fei-Fei stuff
Font AmerType Md BT
Tips: I used the brush to add a photo to the background, I kept the photo at full resolution and changed the opacity on the brush. I also enlarged the brush to the size I wanted.
Layout by Trina. Additional credits: Sisterly Love kit – Meg Mullens and Kristin Cronin-Barrow
Tips: I rotated the template and pushed all the squares together, rotating some of them at different angles. I randomly put photos of my sister and I in and then filled the rest of the spaces with papers and embellished where I could. Since I had deleted the area for journalling, I journalled around the outside of all the squares instead, and added the title along the side.
Layout by Jenn. Additional credits: Growth Spurt by Jennifer Barrette, Be Yourself by Hazel Olive Designs, Trouble Maker alpha by Flergs
Tips: I filled in all of the images with photos first. Even though there were 20 photo placeholders and I was documenting the 18 months of my littlest guy’s life so far, I included two from his first month, and two from this past month to round it out. I was going to journal, but then decided that the pictures pretty much explain it all For the template I just arranged all of the photos into a condensed grid once I had filled in the photos, then added a small mat behind each one of them to add a little bit more depth.
Hope you enjoy the free template! We’d love to see what you do with it so feel free to leave us a link so we can visit your page. 🙂 Remember that our flickr group is a great place to post layouts!