Scrapbooking in 2020 #17

I’m back using one of my favourite grid designs to give a home to our great-nephews’ school photos. In a spot of continuity, I also used it for Cachirulo’s Reception class photos in January.

I tweaked a design seen on Scrapbooking Quebec for the second layout featuring our wee boys – I absolutely love, love, love these photos! 🙂

The final layout in this post is one for The Boy Child’s early albums – his love of reading shone though at an early age. 🙂

What have you been creating?

8 thoughts on “Scrapbooking in 2020 #17

  1. I really like those fun fun fun photos of the boys cooking. Their Mama knows how to entertain during lockdown, although I cannot imagine the mess during & afterwards. All three layouts are excellent. You & Dorothy have the cluster finesse mastered!

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  2. I know how much mess Leo makes when he cooks with me so I can’t begin to imagine what that is like with three of them all fighting for space in the same bowl!
    What lovely layouts. Looks like TBC started his love for books at an early age 🙂

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  3. Hello, Ruth, I am a (virtual/blogger) friend of Debs from Deb’s World. She had mentioned your wonderful scrapbooking and so I stopped by to see for myself. These pages are proof that you are a very talented scrapbooker. And look at the adorable subjects in your photos. No wonder you enjoy scrapping so much!

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  4. Such wonderful pages, Ruth! As a fellow grid-lover, I really like and appreciate your skill here in enabling the grid to take a strong back-seat and allow your other elements to give a sense of fun and movement. And such wonderful photos!

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