Scrapbooking in 2021 | Filling in More Gaps

The thing about making several pages using the same design is that they invariably end up in different albums, so nobody is any the wiser . ๐Ÿ™‚ (And I am closer to having a full set of gap-free albums.)

Having said that, these two are side-by-side in The Boy’s album.

But this one below now has a home in the Texas album from Christmas 2014/New Year 2015:

A slightly different grid design has also currently been used twice. The one on the left is now in our 2018 album (I added the journaling after I’d photographed it) and the one on the right is in the Texas album.


Are you a fan of reusing a design? What’s your current go-to design?

7 thoughts on “Scrapbooking in 2021 | Filling in More Gaps

  1. I love this grid design, and it seems that every page you make with it looks so different! Great to see you filling in the gaps in the albums, that must feel very satisfying!

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  2. I am a fan of the grid style & you have knocked all of these layouts out of the so called park … great balance of colours (papers), photos to embellishment ratio. Just let me know when your online master class for grid building pages is, I’m ready to sign up.

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  3. I’m definitely a fan of reusing a design & I really like how you’ve done this recently, creating several layouts at a time with the same design. I want to do the first grid design here & go back and make a few more with the circle design we used at the end of last year.

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