Monday, May 12, 2008

Scrap Club



Just a quick post this morning to show you what my scrap club ladies made on Saturday night. I had a big collection of pictures from last summer that weren't very good, but yet still had significance, so I created this round-up style page (but I see now that I forgot to include the year underneath the title, ooopsie!). The photos are all about 2" x 2 3/4" each -- not big enough for the low quality to matter and small enough to cram a bunch on one page. On the left side, I included a picture of each child, along with his or her age and a couple of specific highlights. The bullet point journaling on the long white vertical strip corresponds with the pictures on the right and is computer-generated using one of the Stampin' Up! fonts.

Have a great day!



Stamps: Garden Whimsy, Live Your Dream, Big Deal Alphabet
Paper: Bashful Blue, Wild Wasabi, Real Red, Brilliant Blue, Whisper White
Ink: Bashful Blue, Wild Wasabi, Real Red, Brilliant Blue

Accessories: corner rounder, 1/2" circle punch, 1 3/8" circle punch, paper piercer, computer journaling
All supplies by Stampin' Up!

13 comments:

  1. What a great idea! I've got tons of pics that aren't really "worth" a whole page layout so I'll definitely have to try this!

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  2. I love seeing layouts with lots of pictures - this is wonderful - love how you highlighted each of your three kids too and the color combo is wonderful too!! Hope you had a wonderful Mother's Day!!

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  3. What a great two page spread, love the layout and that green and blue together is fantastic.

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  4. I love these layouts!! The colors are perfect for summer too. Everything goes so well together. TFS

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  5. Amy,

    You always have such beautiful cards and now scrapbook pages as well! This page is great and I am bookmarking it for future CASEing. I love taking a bunch of photos and putting them on one page...here are a couple of my pages for some very basic ideas:

    http://craftyengineering.blogspot.com/2008/02/summer-camping.html

    http://craftyengineering.blogspot.com/2007/08/one-of-my-favorites.html

    The second one is great for capturing those cute single shots that don't have any journaling (besides maybe and age or date)and it can be organized to get different looks just by moving the squares around. Just thought I would share.

    By the way I am curious how you handle your Scrap Club. I have been thinking about starting a scrapbooking class or something but I have the hardest time since scrapbooking is usually so individual...so curious how you tackle it. Thanks!

    Andrea

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  6. wonderful pages, great colors and looks even better IRL :-)
    i even got it almost finished the other nite - just gotta trim out my butterflies.
    as always - wonderful pages i'm thrilled to have for my books

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  7. this is a great double page spread. I love how you put it all together, Amy. I will definatly be using this idea. thanks for sharing!

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  8. Amy, this is a great layout. It's so organized and clutter-free yet has lots of pictures and lots of color. I love it!

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  9. What an amazing idea to use up your "bad" photos! They all look fabulous this way because you got them down to the best part of the shot, BRILLIANT!!

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  10. I can't wait to scrap-lift this! Love the colors!

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  11. oh i love it!! i have some of these types of photos as well from easter. luck on the many deadlines - hope to hear from you once you get past them!!!

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  12. Fabulous spread! I love the neatly organized and clean look of it.

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  13. Love your page. Here is how I modified it to use it for my own book. Thanks for the inspiration!

    http://journalmethis.wordpress.com/2008/05/17/scrapbook-club/

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