And with today’s post, it’s official: I’m caught up with my year-long album project! It’s funny how when you buy into not having to save it all that you can complete pages quickly, without much stress and the result will be just the right amount of detail from life. Or at least that is my experience with this approach!
Number of photos taken in July: 318
Number of photos used for these pages: 26
Note: I blurred out a few faces out of respect for their mother, whose permission I do not have to share online.
Do you know how few selfies my hubby has taken over the years? I’m guessing you could count them on one hand. I had to include one of them from a bike ride he was on because he kind of nailed it.
This page is an example of two days spent hanging out with the same group of people. I decided to combine them all into one event page.
See that fairy lantern up there? Yeah. I MADE that. Sometimes I get crafty. I saw the link on Scrapbook & Cards Today’s Facebook page. My daughter said her inner 12-year-old was geeking out so she made a few with the kids she nannies.
Do you see this? An entire page devoted to Dan. WHAT? I know. Crazy.
One thing I’ve been doing the past few months is using a template with a shorter journal block because I just don’t have as much to say. That, my memory keeping friends, is called flexibility. And I’m loving it.
If you missed the rest of 2016, here’s the catch up:
YOU CAN STILL SAVE 10% THROUGH AUGUST 15th: Scrapbook Your Year is on sale for 10% off as an introductory price. Register today, save money and get started scrapbooking your year with me! See just how d0-able my approach to a year-long project can be.
Now to get back to my 2011 album. I’m hoping to knock that sucker out in the next few weeks and get a book printed to share with you all.