Hybrid Scrapbook Page: Love This Fun Little Slice of Life

Cathy ZielskeScrapbooking19 Comments

I’m on a hybrid scrapbooking tear.

This marks the third layout in three weeks. Now that may sound like an average—heck, a super BELOW average—production rate for some of you, but I have not been making pages like this in a while.

Do you suppose it’s that whole, “My baby girl is heading to college in the Fall and need to scrapbook her NOW!” thing at work?

I think it is.

Here’s the full layout. (click on it to see it larger)

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And yes, I know what you’re thinking… she didn’t use white cardstock. At least not for ALL of it.

I’m working the steps in my program, people. The first step? Using shades that are close to white.

This page was built using a hybrid helper template,  a 4 x 6 photo and just a few little embellishments.

And I love it.

Here’s to sweet relationships.

Note: the little wooden banners are part of Studio Calico’s Camelot Project Life kit.

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19 Comments on “Hybrid Scrapbook Page: Love This Fun Little Slice of Life”

  1. #4
    Karen

    I feel ya! My youngest DD is graduating in a couple weeks and everything feels important and I can’t keep up with all the events and feelings and moments! Eek! Beautiful layout as always. And how lovely that Aidan and Aidan enjoy spending time with you! You must be doing something right! 😉 Hang in there, we will survive this!

  2. #8
    Karen

    Well honestly, when I dropped my oldest son off at college I left what felt like a literal piece of my heart there with him. We left him and had to stop the car 2 minutes later because my husband and I were crying so hard! It got better and easier as time went by or at least we got used to living with a little hole in our hearts. And I must admit it was not nearly so hard the 2nd and 3rd times with our next 2 kids. Of course I now have several holes torn out of my heart…. Survive definitely,but like how it feels – nope… I think this is the hardest part of parenting, the letting them go. I wish us all luck!

  3. #9
    Karen

    Well honestly, when I dropped my oldest son off at college I left what felt like a literal piece of my heart there with him. We left him and had to stop the car 2 minutes later because my husband and I were crying so hard! It got better and easier as time went by or at least we got used to living with a little hole in our hearts. And I must admit it was not nearly so hard the 2nd and 3rd times with our next 2 kids. Of course I now have several holes torn out of my heart…. Survive definitely,but like how it feels – nope… I think this is the hardest part of parenting, the letting them go. I wish us all luck!

  4. #10
    Kaysie

    Clean and Simple. Ha Ha. You practice what you ‘preach’ ( to strong a word, you don’t preach but you get my drift) and that is a very good thing – just love your style.

  5. #11
    cathy

    Thanks, Kaysie. When I stick to what I know, I’m happier and my pages make me happier. If that makes sense. I’m a hybrid girl all the way.

  6. #12
    cathy

    Karen, I’m not really sure what that long drive home will look like, but he and I will have 6.5 hours to gather ourselves together. I know this is part of life and I’m so excited for her to grow and change and really branch out. But I will miss her energy on a daily basis so very much.

  7. #15
    Patti L

    Thanks for the reminder on sale and link! Picked up all hybrid helpers which will be a lifesaver in keeping up with projects in the midst of moving and summer madness! You rock!

  8. #17
    Lorraine R

    I just wanted you to know how over the moon happy I am to be seeing more pages on your blog again. Happy Dance Happy! I’ve missed them. I do like the way you do PL, but I love your pages.

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