Thursday, February 27, 2014

Scrapbooking Shares

I've been participating in Layout A Day this month and actually following the prompts each day. But getting them posted to the LOAD Flickr group was enough to keep up with - so it is nearly the end of the month and I haven't shared anything I've been scrapping. Over the next few days I'll share some of them...

 Getting December's "Simple Moment" into a layout.

 Going all the way back to last June to get "My Precious" scrapbooked!

 One of my rare paper layouts - pulling memorabilia I had saved from October of 1996. Not only do I have the newspaper write-up in that pocket, but my entire two hour presentation!

 Scrapbooking the weather - this is a "seasons" page. And my world still looks very much like this, minus the ice.

 The prompt was to scrapbook without journaling. And I love this photo from my trip to Sedona with Deb so much I figured it would make a great "title" page to the pocket scrapbooking I did for the rest of the trip.

And finally, this one of Sarah headed back to D.C. after Thanksgiving. I used a QuickPage from designer Miki Ferkul at ScrapbookGraphics so I could get this done in a super hurry.  All I added was the two tags for journaling and the date.


Missus Wookie said...

Oh how fun that you have the full presentation as well as the write up for your talk. That camera still looks amazing too - I've been enjoying spring like weather today and thinking of y'all with the snow.

scrappyjacky said...

What a lovely assortment of favourite is the snow page....just beautiful.

Melissa said...

Great layouts! I especially like the Sedona title page & that you have a paper layout thrown in the mix with the memorabilia you'd saved!

Ginger said...

Wow, you have been very busy. Love the layout about your camera, many of the things you listed I've not learned with mine but hope to :)

Karen said...

Wow! What great layouts! Now that I'm doing Project Life pages, I knew I couldn't do LOAD as well. Last year that was just about the extent of my scrapping until I started the PL album. The journaling on your camera layout is wonderful, and I love the one about your presentation on twins!