Track and Field
Scrapbooking Sports Layouts



You already did your running, no need to run around the internet to find scrapbooking sport layouts for track and field, ideas and supplies! Let us point you in the right direction.

Consider creating a background highlighting the chosen race or field. If you have a trackster, frame the page with an oval race track. If you have a high jumper, cut a 2" x 12" strip from a piece of cardstock to create a map. Then draw or cut out of cardstock the two stands that hold up the bar. Finally draw or create the red bar. This can serve as the frame of your page.

You thought sand boxes were for toddlers. Well, they are for long jumpers too. Use this page that looks like sand in a sand box as the background to your long jumpers page.

If you have a discus thrower, consider creating a life size discus to set your thrower's picture.

Be sure to indicate your winner's best time, throw or jump on the page!

Break the record by using these stickers on your track star's page:



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