Catching up

Finding the time to scrapbook photos has always proved a task, and even if you allow yourself a class every fortnight , it’s a fact that you just would always be “behind”.
This has always bothered me.


10 years ago I was up to date, when I used regular albums, but I was just not happy to go back to that style.

This is where the pocket style scrapbooking is perfect. It allows you to keep photos and journaling in order, and don’t have to worry about design so much. Now even those ordinary photos are included.

Here’s a couple of pages I’ve done this week, one from recent photos and the other from the archives.



Although we love Becky Higgins Project Life Core Kits, you can also use 12×12 papers that are cut down – there are a whole lot of different and easy ways to scrap like this… Leaving more special photos to scrap on large pages – that all fit in the same album. Win win!
Have a great day


2 responses to “Catching up

  1. What range are the “on the boardwalk” papers/cards? Looking good!

  2. Trust you Eva, with your attentive eye to notice the “On the Boardwalk”
    That is in fact a teeny piece cut off an old Graphic 45 Collection (and my ONLY embellishment).
    The rest was just a single sheet of 12×12 paper that was cut and corners rounded. That paper was “Unchartered Waters” by Glitz. Pretty easy.

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