U Rock 2 Page Layout

U Rock 2 Page Layout

Turn up the volume with this rock-inspired scrapbook layout from Imaginisce, made with Live Loud papers. An old CD adds the perfect shape and shine to your rock scrapbook layout.

U Rock Scrabook Layout


  • 1 - 12” x 12” Turn It Up paper #002148
  • 2 - 12” x 12" Ear Candy (green side) paper #002149
  • Text Sheet printed on White Cardstock (attached)
  • Rapper Ribbons #002159
  • World Tour Rub-ons #002157
  • Playlist Sticker Stacker #002155
  • i-top Brad Maker Tool #001309
  • 4 - Small Brad Daddies #001311
  • 1 - Large Brad Daddy #001313
  • 2 - Black 12" x 12" Cardstock
  • Black chalk ink, Clearsnap
  • CD-Rom (new or used)
  • Clipart


  1. Ink edges of all trimmed papers using the black chalk ink.
  2. Trim Turn It Up paper to 3 1/4" x 9" and adhere to left page approximately 1 1/2" from top edge and 1/2" from left edge.
  3. Trim Ear Candy (green side) paper 8 1/2" x 10" and adhere to left page.
  4. Trim all shapes and letters from text sheet that you've printed off onto white cardstock.
  5. Adhere circle "O" to CD-Rom and adhere CD-Rom and title letters to left page as shown.
  6. Trim Ear Candy (green side) paper 11" x 10" and adhere to left page as shown. Be sure to line up bottom and top edge with green paper from right page.
  7. Trim Turn It Up paper to 5" x 5 3/8" and adhere to right page to create "pocket".
  8. Create journaling tag from 3" x 5" strip of white cardstock. Adhere 1" x 2" strip of light blue paper scrap to top of tag. Tie orange ribbon into knot and adhere to tag as shown.
  9. Cut out "Flower Patch" title from rub-on sheet and rub-on to layout under photo.
  10. Write journaling along scrap strips of white cardstock. Using i-top Tool, create four small covered brad daddies and one large brad daddy.
  11. Mount brad daddies to layout as shown.
  12. Add sticker stacker to bottom of pocket.

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