With June now but a fond, summery, wedding-filled memory, I sat down at my computer on Saturday to tackle my Monthly pages.
Total number of photos taken last month? 444. Do I have room in my life for 444 photos? Hell to the no! (Sorry, I've always wanted to work that phrase into conversation. Not really working for me? Okay, duly noted, moving on…)
Still, I had lots to choose from as I started to fill in my layered template pages. Without further adieu, here are my June pages.
They include Cole and Dan's first trip to the new Twins stadium, a Chester visit, and Cole's first time at sleep-away camp.
They also include spring rolls, reminders that I need to not shop at Lucy so much, and Aidan's new "Modeling My Cardigan Collections" photo project.
And of course, lots of wedding photos.
I will be uploading all of these pages to scrapbookpictures.com this week, along with a handful of other digital scrapbook pages I've made that I've yet to print. I've decided that printing these pages at home is just too pricey from an ink replacement standpoint.
That said, I did print my smaller photos at home this time. I figured that three 5 x 7s wouldn't suck down too much ink. Another new thing I did was once I determined which pocket the photos and cards would go into, I adhered the two photos in each pocket together with a small dab of adhesive so they didn't separate in the pocket. It makes for a cleaner pocket look.
And with that, June is documented.
Album: American Crafts 8.5 x 11 in brown courdory