Scrapbooking in 2020 #7

The Boy Child and I sat down and looked through his current scrapbook (I think it’s Volume 6) and I was shocked to see that I hadn’t added anything since our road trip to Normandy last October. I asked him what he wanted me to add and his first suggestion was … Christmas.

I turned to Shimelle‘s 4×6 Photo Love class from several years ago for inspiration and constructed a fold-out mini book to hold six photos and a journaling spot. The patterned paper is from Doodlebug‘s 2018 Christmas Town range.

The Boy Child’s next suggestion for what to add was … homeschooling. I adapted a design by Nathalie, which I saw in the current edition of Scrapbook and Cards Today magazine. The patterned paper is from Doodlebug’s School Days range.

What have you been creating?

6 thoughts on “Scrapbooking in 2020 #7

  1. It’s interesting to see what suggestions he has for what is included in the scrapbook. I really enjoyed that online class with Shimelle, it was such an inspiration for different way of adding several photos to one page. Lovely layouts!

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    1. I love that he’s now adding suggestions … but disappointed that he still doesn’t show any sign of wanting to make his own scrapbook page.

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  2. Ah Christmas memories … I like those papers you used. At least TBC hasn’t said the traditional teen response, “what ever …” so some interest has been planted (col).

    I often struggle using multiply patterns on a page, but your Christmas one, they are all connected, so it works so well. The advantage of buying a collection rather than 1 or 2 papers; lesson learned.

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    1. I didn’t buy paper packs for a long time either – but some ranges, like those from Doodlebug, cry out to be bought as a set. Using patterns in large blocks is still something I’m nervous about!

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