Scrap Like Doris Sander Template and Sketch Packs | October 2012

October 22, 2012

Hi Everyone! This month (and in months to come) I'm putting a fun new twist on my monthly sketch and template packs.  I'm going to be sharing sketches and templates inspired by pages created by some of my favorite scrapbookers!

This month's collection features two-single page designs inspired by the work of Doris Sander.  Doris was one of the first scrapbookers that I started to follow and her style has influenced me tremendously.  It was after stumbling upon Doris' work that I first began to realize that my scrapbook pages could be anything I wanted them to be.

Meet Doris Sander...

Doris grew up just six miles from the ocean on the gulf coast of sunny Florida. After college her dormant gypsy blood surfaced and she began her wanderings; she has lived in Guatemala, Kentucky, North Carolina, and Honduras. Her vagabond ways were tempered when her little guy came along. They currently call Tennessee home where she stays quite busy keeping up with her son, teaching English as a Second Language, and scrapping, of course.

Doris has always enjoyed photos and the stories they tell and she loves that scrapbooking allows her to share her stories and thoughts with her son, family, friends, and future generations.


 Doris currently designs for Jenni Bowlin Studio and American Crafts and has been published in Scrapbook Trends, Creating Keepsakes, BHG Scrapbooks Etc., Memory Makers, and Cards.

Download the Free Templates...

In honor of the huge inspiration that Doris has been to me over the past few years, I'd like to pass along some of that inspiration in the form of these templates and sketches based off of her work.  I hope you will be as inspired by them as I was creating them!

 Scrap Like Doris Sander (Oct 2012) Sketches (pdf  format)

Scrap Like Doris Sander (Oct 2012) Templates (psd files)

BIG by Amy Kingsford | Supplies: One Little Bird Designs: Big Ideas; Amy Martin: Messy Machine Stitches No. 1; Sara Gleason: Petals No. 2; Allison Pennington: Not Pictured Elements; Sahlin Studio: Fairest of Them All, Retro Mod.

Don't forget to share your own pages with us in the comments below!   

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