June Bonus Formula - Turn five 12x12s into a great layout.

June Bonus Formula - Turn five 12x12s into a great layout.

Karen Wyngaard Karen Wyngaard

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Club Scrap's bonus formulas make it easy to transform your paper stash into finished layouts - ready for photos. You'll be filling your scrapbooks with completed pages in no time! So much more than a page sketch, the each Club Scrap formula provides step by step trimming and assembly instructions to create a well balanced two-page spread.

Members: Have you downloaded your June Bonus Formula yet? If you're not using this valuable membership benefit, I encourage you to give it a try!

Not sure where to find it? Check your inbox for your monthly member-exclusive email with important links. It's sent to active members* on their scheduled shipping day and looks like this:

*An active member is defined as one who paid for and received the current monthly kit.

June Bonus Formula

Layout Sketch

Kit No. 301 Bonus Page Formula

Create a beautiful two-page spread designed to showcase eleven or more photos. To get started, gather five coordinating 12x12 papers. Follow the trimming instructions on the printable document, then assemble the pages using the sketch as a reference.

June Bonus Pages

To recreate this layout, gather the following Kit No. 301 papers: Silver (Paper A), Card Print (B), Dk. Gray (C), Black (D) and two White Plain (Paper E).

I didn't plan to crop any photos to 1.75" square, so to add interest to the right page trim two 1.75x2.5" Silver (Paper A) to 1.75", and three 1.5x2.75" Card Print (Paper B) to 1.5". (Both are shown as scraps in the trimming diagrams). Nest the squares onto the Black mats (Paper D) flipping the center square to the plain white side.

The original sketch arrangement worked well with my photos, so I didn't change much.

Trim a plain white scrap to 2-3/8" square. With a pencil and grid ruler, draw light pencil lines to create a handy spot for journaling. (I like to leave 3/8" between the lines because I write BIG!)

Trim 8.5x11 Super Smooth White Cover Stock to create two 4.25x6.25" mats. Add one to the left page to ground the photo on the silver/black nesting mats.

Utilize the second 4.25x6.25" White to mat the horizontal photo at the top of the page. Pair alpha dies with the 1.5x12" Black strip (left over from the trimming process of Paper D) to create the page title. Stamp "2024" (India black ink) next to the die cut letters.

Tie the Club Scrap logo charm with a length of waxed cord and adhere to the center square.


Club Scrap's clever formulas are designed to help you make even more layouts utilizing paper and supplies you already own.

Have you scrapped any of your 2024 bonus layouts yet? If so, inspire others by sharing your work on the Club Scrap Chat Facebook group.

Kit No. 301 12x12 Prints

Kit No. 301 12x12 Prints

$1.30

12x12" premium scrapbook papers, sold individually, by the sheet.… Read More

Kit No. 301 12x12 Plain Paper

Kit No. 301 12x12 Plain Paper

$1.15

12x12" premium plain scrapbook papers, sold individually, by the sheet.… Read More

Kit No. 301 Club Scrap Charms

Kit No. 301 Club Scrap Charms

$4.39

Package of two black and silver metal Club Scrap Logo charms. Each measures approximately 1-inch in diameter.… Read More

Waxed Cord

Waxed Cord

$7.72

50 meter roll of 1mm diameter cord. Available in five colors. Perfect for hand-stitched book projects and more.… Read More

8.5x11 Super Smooth Cover Stock (10 pack)

8.5x11 Super Smooth Cover Stock (10 pack)

$3.95

The perfect stock to use with our digital hybrid products for at-home printing. Super Smooth, 80# cover stock. Great for stamping and card making, too! Available in white or ivory. Ten sheets.… Read More

India Ink Pad

India Ink Pad

$7.50

Club Scrap's India Ink is a deep black, super-quick drying dye ink formula for use with watercolors, markers, stamping, scrapbooking and much more. We love how fast it dries so that you can get to work without a smudge!… Read More

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