This past weekend (hard as I try to get crafting in on weeknights, it rarely happens) I did exactly what I was supposed to do and packed the entire day Saturday and part of Sunday too. Sadly, that means that there wasn’t much crafting going on.
But I have been preparing for this, knowing that there will be many days ahead where I’ll be lucky to squeeze in 30 minutes of crafting. Late Sunday afternoon, I pulled out one of my 6×6 foundation pages, grabbed three photos and added a few embellishments. I was able to pull this page together in no time!
I am really enjoying these page foundations because they are versatile and you can do whatever you want with them. I could have used just one enlarged photo or I could have used a strip of smaller photos along one side. But I thought the strip of paper across the center would be the perfect “shelf” for my photos and there was plenty of room in the bottom half of the layout to spread out the journaling strips.
I had a vision for how I wanted my title to look but I didn’t have the right letter stickers. I can’t take a ton of things to Florida and most everything is packed now, so I had to use what I had. I really wanted the words “The view was simply” to be letter stickers, but nothing I had handy worked in the space. I ended up printing it along with my journaling and let the journaling flow into the title. In the end, it’s done! It may not be exactly what I wanted, but it’s another story from my European travels down on paper.
Other: EK Success slim flower punch
I am still working through my stack of Europe photos. I haven’t decided yet if these pages will go in their own album or if they will get worked into my Library of Memories albums. I’m planning a big rework session of all of my albums once I get settled in Florida. I sent all of my scrapbooks with my parents last summer, so all of the pages I’ve created in the last six months are just waiting in bins. I’m looking forward to reorganizing everything in my albums. There will probably be a post about that in a few months!
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