Thank You, Netflix | A Scrapbook Layout

I’ve been having fun creating some pop culture layouts lately. I did a layout a few weeks ago about transitioning from an iPhone to Android. While I love creating layouts with my photos and family stories, I also like documenting random slices of life as well. My Project Life albums actually hold more of this kind of thing. I don’t always want to create a full 12×12 layout of some of these things. But once in awhile, I do like to sprinkle in a few layouts like this.

It sounds kind of silly that a video service would have become so important to me, but I was thinking recently just how often I turn to Netflix to fill my entertainment needs. Just a few years ago I didn’t have time to watch movies or TV shows. But it’s amazing how much changes when you are laid off and suddenly have time to fill.

I found myself turning to Netflix when I was crafting daily and starting up this blog. I got to catch up on movies I never saw in the theater and finally watch TV series I never had the time for. Now that I’m working again, I’m back to just enjoying it on the weekends, but still, I don’t want to give it up.

I wanted to keep the background really simple. I tried a couple different pattern papers but in the end, felt that red cardstock was best to convey the Netflix feel. To add something in the background, I punched some strips from the EK Success Chinese Knot punch in the same color as the background. It is a subtle effect but adds the texture I wanted. Just a few wood veneer embellishments help guide the eye around the page and one the perfect piece of flair at the top gives the page a little more detail.

Simple but fun. I organize my layouts in the Library of Memories album system so this layout will be added to one of my Things albums. It’s for layouts like this that the Library of Memories system works so well for me. I already know that it will fit.

Do you ever create pop culture layouts to document these parts of  your life?

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  1. Love that you documented this and I also love that red background! No Netflix here, but we did just sign up for DVR service, so I’ll be recording some new series when they start up.

  2. What a great idea to document this everyday aspect of your life. I think the red background is perfect!

  3. LOVE this! I’m a big fan of pop culture layouts because they provide context for our stories.

  4. we love netflixs at our house as well!
    i think i need to make a pop culture layout- it has been too long since i have done one- thanks for the inspiration

  5. Such a great topic to document, Tammy! I love how your page turned out. I haven’t done a pop culture pages in ages. Maybe it’s time. 🙂

  6. What a great way to document this part of your life! I love the pop culture layouts, but I have yet to do one. I will though!!

  7. Oh this is just fabulous!
    Great color scheme and the perfect Thickers 🙂
    I love Netflix, too!
    I have done a lot of layouts about music and one or two on movies.
    But not Netflix. It’s a great idea!

  8. Great idea!!
    I love documenting the current trends and movies. Years from now it will be fun to see what was popular at the time.

  9. This is such a great idea for a layout.
    I am interested in your album system you mentioned 😉


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