You might not know this, but yes, I scrapbook too. Yes, too many crafty irons in the fire.
I've never shared my Scrapbooking pages before, but here are a sampling of a few. My style is greatly different than most I have seen. I want the pages to be more about the photos than about how many doodads I can glue to the page. I absolutely love those doodad-loaded pages that I see others making, but I feel like the photo gets so lost.
Dies for cutting out letters with my BigShot has been a real life saver. Before that I cut them with the Cricut (which was fine except when the paper would tear) and before that I traced letters from stencils and cut them out with an Xacto knife. Quite painstakingly too, I might add.
My scrapbooks are the 8.5" X 11" size. To me the 12" X 12" pages are SO big! Although sometimes I long for a larger page. I do have pages that are a double page spread for one event.
This was a year ago and we're about to attend this rally again the first of July.
My very good friend from "home". Processing the photo like this took away lots of aging and wrinkles. Why can't we do that in real life?
Being away from home, I hadn't done much Scrapbooking. I loved getting back into it. I'm looking forward to lots more time with my daughter like this in the future.
These tennies were just barely before the wild colored ones we see today. I'm sure by now she has a wildly brightly colored pair of tennies. Some people will scrapbook anything, eh?
I thought when I started in again with Scrapbooking and started right from the current day, that I'd be able to keep up AND work backwards to catch up. I'm already 10 months behind that "current day". So I see that it is a loosing battle and I just have to plug along as best I can.
Keeping that calendar journal is a great big help in remembering the sequence of events and the dates. I have looked back as a reference countless times already.
Keeping memories alive for the future.