Finally, Scrap It Friday
Can’t think of an idea for some pictures? Or heading to a all-day crop day and don’t wanna take a lot? Well today I’m going to share a quick and easy double page kit I use when I’m in a rut or just want to get a bunch of pages finished so I can start on my next set of pictures because I have so dar-n many! 😂 Snap ‘N Crops pages are so quick and easy to put together is ridiculous! I love ’em! So here is “A Quick Look at Snap ‘N Crop!”
Let’s get started…
Lay all the pieces out. For this particular kit named “Coral Reef” item #65790, you’ve got your colored pieces — yellow, orange, and white and you’ve got your pattern pieces — the fish and water splash type pattern. Just be sure you don’t poke the smallest pieces out, especially if you’re like me of wanting all the pieces to match like a picture. I think these pages look neater when they are done like that. Some may not care but “Snap ‘N Crop” pages are also well-known as “Mosaic Moments” so they are mosaics in a way. 😜 Then you have in this particular kit a piece of ribbon.
Now, I like to put from smallest to largest pieces on first since the smallest pieces take the longest; however, either way obviously works. So, first I put the pieces on the side that has the most amount of the smallest pieces. In this case, it’s on the left side of the double page. Then I go back and add the smallest pieces to the right side of the double page.
Once all my small pieces are put down, I then start adding the next size up, which are the 2 by 2 squares. First, I add the pattern pieces and then I add the colored pieces.
Then once the 2 by 2’s are in places, I put the bigger colored pieces in their places. Starting with the 3 by 3’s on the left side of the double page and the 3 by 6’s on the right side of the double page.
Finally, I add the two white squares. First, the one for the left side of the double page. Though before placing it in its place, I take the piece of ribbon and tie a knot towards one side giving it a little dimension and then I used glue dots to adhere the ends to the back of the white 4 by 6. This particular 4 by 6 I use as my main focus point picture. Lastly, I put the 4 by 4 white square in its place on the right side of the double page.
And there you go, a quick page that could be easily finished at wherever you scrapbook. Need pictures printed but don’t have time or access to the right printer? Visit Snapfish for all your picture needs. You can even use their website for storing all your photos and sorting them in albums so you know what is what. Also, don’t forget to go through eBates for a 10% cash back for Snapfish and other various stores.
Have any questions about today’s “Snap ‘N Crop”/”Mosaic Moments” double page kit? Please feel free to comment below and I’ll try to respond back as soon as possible! Thanks for visiting! Hope to see you again!