For this layout we were instructed to use the Lucky paper pack with the Portrait Collection layout. I choose to rotate the right hand page and made up photo collections with two photos in each photo spot. This works well for older photos that may not have the resolution you would like for larger prints.
I really enjoyed this mini course in using Studio J, it helped me to learn and understand the different and varied options you can use the program for. If you are just starting out digital scrapbooking you can try it for free, go to Studioj.com and click on start creating,then upload some photos, pick your paper, layout and it will step you through the finished layout. If you want more of a creative challenge you can play with changing the paper, accents, colours, embellishments, stitching... lots of fun things to learn and do. Of course if you purchase a membership you get access to even more paper packs and layouts, plus a cheaper price for printing your finished layouts. The layouts are printed in beautiful colour on heavy weight photo paper and shipped with page protectors, so all you have to do is slip then into your albums.