Many scrapbookers like to create double-page spreads. These layouts have more room for lots of photos, embellishments, and journaling. To make it easy for you to find all of the free 12x12 inch double scrapbook page spread sketches here on About.com Scrapbooking, I have listed links to them for you all in one place. Below, you will see a small version of the sketch with a quick description. Each title link will take you to the full article, where you can find more information, sample pages, and even some embellishment ideas. Remember that you can click on any photo in the list below to see it in greater detail, but to save these sketches to your computer for future scrapbooking you will want to click over to the original article and save each one full-size.
If you have an even number of eight photographs of an event that you want to include on your scrapbook page layout, then this is the sketch for you. It is designed to be quick and easy and yet still leave plenty of room for journaling, a title, and as many or as few embellishments as you want to include.
This double page spread uses flowers as the main embellishments. You can learn to make your own flower embellishments in the article 12 Ways to Make Flowers for Scrapbooking and Card Making.
I love Year in Review Scrapbook Pages. They allow me to feel caught up on getting important memories into our family scrapbooks even if I haven't had a lot of time to scrapbook throughout the year. This double page spread has room for a dozen 3 inch square photos and one great family or focal point photo.
I love the Close to My Heart scrapbooking style. This company always has beautiful products and really gorgeous scrapbook page ideas. In this article, Close to My Heart challenges About.com Scrapbooking readers to create a layout based on a sketch from the book Imagine: Fun, Fabulous Layouts for Every Scrapbooker.