Capturing memories is not just for special events and special moments. Yet we LOVE to capture the special events. That was certainly true as I captured our eldest’s recent college graduation.
Here I used Project Life pocket pages to capture the event.
Memory Making Tips:
- Save memorabilia to include in your page
- Combine traditional elements and digital brushes
- Don’t feel confined to the pocket size as you can split a photo or make it smaller with a Fuse Tool.
On the left side I used photos to set the stage and elements of the program to identify the event. SU Paper Pumpkin kit for May had the perfect color orange corrugated paper to use as an accent.
The right side of the layout include Ali Edwards Digital Brushes (love her script). This page was six 4″x6″ pockets. I used my Project Life Fuse Tool to make the middle right two 3″x4″ pockets. This adds so many options to your page creation options.
A side note, we are selling our home and I have all my scrapbooks booked up and in our storage unit. My husband was telling that he had been wanting to page through some of the books and misses having them around. It is not the same as sitting at a computer. Books allow us to page through, talk about the pages and contemplate those moments. I am so glad I have invested time to build these books.
Today let’s celebrate our country’s independence. Despite the challenges we face we remain the greatest country in the world. I hope you create some great memories today and that I am inspiring you to capture them.