When I last posted about the Great Album Swap-a-roo (I know, it was only about a week or so ago), I talked about how I was going to buy a few albums each month and proceed that way until I had all my basic 8.5 x 11 albums swapped.
Then someone told me they heard the albums were going to be discontinued.
I do not know if this is true (and for the love of scrapbooking, if you know the answer, by all means CHIME IN, because I do not want to cause mass hysteria in three-ring binder land), but I decided to take NO chances.
I promptly used all of Dan’s Amazon free points to buy seven more albums.
This brings my grand total of swapped albums to 11.
(This one goes to 11.)
And yes, I have more albums than anyone else. Remember: I am a HIGHLY trained professional scrapbooker and sometimes we have to take multiple pages for the team.
But don’t think I’m getting all high and mighty on you. Remember, I still create pages here:
I find popsicle molds to inspire so much creativity. That and WD-40. And my sun hat. And Dan’s red swim trunks in the near foreground. I keep a dish towel handy in case of profuse sweating, a common occurrence in middle-aged scrapbooking.
And speaking of middle age, what’s that pile in the very back corner?
Why that would be Dan’s piles. He commandeered a corner of my scrap room for his…stuff. He’s a pile-er, that one. Sigh. I want to hear from all of you who share your creative space with OTHER non-crafting humans. Please, let us commiserate together.
But back to the point: my album swap-a-roo is coming along. I have two more albums for Aidan and Cole that need to be transferred as well. Those hold all pages from the 2002 to 2004 era.
I have a few other random albums with Things We Do and People We Love. Plus a host of 12 x 12 albums that at this point, I don’t even feel like keeping. (BLASPHEMY!)
When I get a complete picture, I’ll share the entire breakdown of my albums.
Right now, it’s moving in the right direction.
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