This week I finished my mini albums made from junk mail envelopes. I still have the tags to complete, but I think if I get one done a month and mail them to my step daughters they'll get a kick out of it. I also completed two pages in one day thanks to the progressive challenge.
Here's a video of the album since pictures will never show off the dimension and interactive features of the album.
Cover made by my step daughter. I simply gave her the items and showed her a layout made by TwoDogs as inspiration. Most paper are from We R Memory Keepers - Old Glory.
The only thing I'm missing is a musical greeting card that plays the song "Pocket Full of Sunshine" (like the one from Easy A).
As far as my progressive accomplishments, two pages in one day is very impressive for me. These two pages are a continuation of the story Love you Foreverby Robert Munsch and are part of a shower gift for a wonderful military wife expecting twins. A progressive challenge is a great way to get pages created while having fun and being challenged. The hostess announces gives you a few options to do to the page about every fifteen minutes. I play with a wonderful group of scrappers and we chat,joke, and have fun like a virtual crop online. the next one will be August 27 and if your free it'sa great way to complete a page and have fun. Play progressive here.
This layout was completed as a design team challenge at Pages in Time. We were given a card sketch and I couldn't make a card from it so I created this page instead.
Here's a close up of the paper bow and the journaling spot that I made into a shaker box. Not what I planned when I started the progressive. I wanted this small circle to be a spot for another cropped circle, but I must say I'm glad it worked out like this. Here's a close up of the title work This page is based on a page created by a wonderful scrap friend of mine Anna AKA "Provinca". She sent me a page as a Secret Santa gift and I used that page as my scrap lift.
Close up of the title and mask. I did the journaling only for the challenge this way. I plan on printing a smaller less overwhelming journaling spot for the final work. Close up of the paper bow, quilled decorative corners, and envelope.
Hey there I'm Stacey. Daughter, mom, teacher and photography lover. I have always been the person that you could rely on to carry a camera with them. For years I have enjoyed scrapbooking, but lately with the inspiration of other scrapbookers I have developed a passion for scrapping. I often wonder if I will ever get all my pictures in scrapbooks.