Enter Shimelle Laine with her 4x6 Photo Love classes for Two Peas in a Bucket. Each month she creates a new layout with increasing numbers of 4x6 photos and September meant nine photos on one page! She achieved this by creating a large pocket with one photo on the front and eight more on extra cards inside. You can find a video of how she made it here or a PDF with more information here.
This is my version:
and these are the two sides of my inserts:
You might spot that I cheated a bit; I squeezed in a panoramic picture on the outside of the pocket, one of my pictures was portrait so I used a smaller landscape picture on that card, and two of them were proportioned 3x4 and couldn't be cropped to 4x6. Nevertheless I kept true to the overall design.
I made my pocket from vellum which I hand-stitched to my background paper, a piece from the Basic Grey Periphery collection. I used small pieces of the similarly-coloured Basic Grey Archaic papers and some epoxy flowers across all the layouts to tie them together.
All in all, it was a huge amount of work, more like 5 layouts than one, but I am very pleased with the way it turned out.
Card - DCWV Neutral Stack
Paper - Basic Grey Periphery, Basic Grey Archaic
Vellum - Paper Adventures
Letters - Mustard Moon
Flowers - WHSmith
Camera Die-Cut - atd