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Scrapbooking challenge :: Four Separate Sections

scrapbooking challenge :: four separate sections
scrapbook page by jen gallacher
Nearly every time we work through a weekend of scrapbooking challenges here, I throw a quadrant challenge in the mix. I love pages divided into the four quarters and it works so well with 6×6 papers… but I didn’t want to make it too easy for you this time around, so I have a special challenge inspired by the work of Jen Gallacher.

scrapbooking challenge inspired by jen gallacher Layout ┬ętwopeasinabucket.com.

You’ll need to start by dividing your page into the four quadrants, but specifically, make each of those four quarters unique. I love how she divided this page into four different sections with different elements, but because Jen kept the colour scheme to just a few shades, it all sits together so well.


And you can get a closer look at how Jen created this page from her Memory Keeping Monday video… no matter what day of the week it might be when you watch!

See more of Jen’s work on her blog or in her page gallery. Jen teaches the Scrapbook Stamper’s Workshop, which is available at any time.

To enter this challenge, create a new scrapbook page with four unique parts. Upload your project to your blog or gallery and link it up here. Entries close at the end of next weekend.



15 April 2012



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8 Comments for Scrapbooking challenge :: Four Separate Sections

  1. Melissa Says:

    Great video showing these steps. I probably would have put each of the four sections down then starting working on them. Think I’ll try it her way and do one block at a time.

  2. doris sander Says:

    this is so very funny to me. i was planning on doing your “choose an old challenge” challenge and doing the page starter with four quandrants. ha!

  3. Peggy Says:

    Ooh, I love that embossed butterfly on vellum idea. I’m going to have to try that.

  4. marianne Says:

    I love Jen’s style!

  5. Tammie Says:

    “Our Life in Motion” was totally something new for me… I can’t say that I’m a fan, but it makes a nice contrast to the rest of the album (like our “oh-so-boy” does to the rest of our family).

  6. Helen Overton Says:

    Definitely one for another day, this should be interesting.

  7. So.Ceative Says:

    New York is my best travel EVER! Here is my layout 4 sections special big apple!

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