Quick—what is six pages long and finished in roughly one hour?
Answer: my Monthly pages for August.
Another month of digital pages to document some slices of our lives. Wanna see? Okay, since you asked so nicely and all…
(Note: Coleman took the shot of the ominous sky from the grounds at Target Field. The kid's got an eye!)
(All shots from one of the performances of Willy Wonka Jr., Aidan's—or rather, Mrs. Gloop's—summer play.)
I will admit I'm behind in the printing of my Monthly pages. I have a folder on my desktop with June, July and August. I am using scrapbookpictures.com for printing my digital pages, and have been very happy both with the quality as well as the price.
This month, in the name of saving time, I'm skipping making printable cards for divided page protectors (plus, I ran out of divided page protectors and maybe this is my kick in the tushka to order more!)
I'm also getting better at making cuts, you know—this photo can stay, this one can go—that sort of thing. I really don't need every single lovin' photo I take to be accounted for in my memory keeping process. It's a very liberating mind set.
The Designer Digitals 3rd quarter sale is coming this weekend. Save30% on everything in the store. If you're thinking about stocking up on any word art, templates or album sets, now is a great time to save.
SUPPLIES FOR MY PAGES
Digital Templates: The Monthly
Album: American Crafts 8.5 x 11 in brown courdory