By Vicky Nardone
I've been working on today's page since last Monday but it took me a while to get it all together with the chaos in my house this week due to the film shoot. I got this idea back from a big scrapbooking book I bought when I was in college and I've only used it once before. It's kind of a neat concept that allows you to have even more photos on a single page and adds an element of interactiveness for the user. The idea is to add photos to a photo wheel that then sits behind your page and the photos are viewed one at a time through a view finder. The patterns for the shapes needed are at the end of the post. Right click to save them to your desktop for printing.
The first step is to print and cut out the 8 inch wheel template. Trace it onto a piece of paper. I recommend using cardstock for the wheel because you want it to be durable so it turns easily. Cut out the traced wheel.
You can then decorate the top page like you would any other scrapbook page. Here's what my completed page looked like:
Here are the patterns I used to make the photo wheel.