Pinterest is my never fail go to place when I’m looking for ideas for a new scrapbook layout.
Most often I browse Pinterest looking for inspiration or an idea I can use on my own project. This time though I had something specific in mind – a one photo, school themed layout.
I found quite a few layouts that fit that criteria using Pinterest search. All I had to do was choose which layout I wanted to use.
Today I’m going to share my version of a layout created by Liz Qualman at Liz Qualman Designs. Liz created her super cute scrapbook layout for girl. Mine was created for a boy using Creative Memories’ new Study Buddies Collection. I used the same concept for my layout but changed things up a bit.
Continue reading Pinterest Inspired Study Buddies Scrapbook Layout
I don’t know about you, but I love Pinterest for getting visual inspiration when I have a creative block. I enjoy spending time browsing and collecting ideas, then when I want to scrapbook but don’t have any ideas in mind, I scroll through my boards and usually a layout will jump out at me and shout “make me”!
I saved this layout several months ago when I was searching for one-page graphic layouts. It’s clean lines, lovely colour combination and pretty details caught my eye again as I was planning to scrapbook some floral photos I took on our recent vacation.
Continue reading Pinterest Inspired Layout: Fresh Picks
We love to share lots of tips and ideas to help busy Mums complete memory albums for their precious babies. In my blog post titled 10 Scrapbook Album Making Tips for New Mums, I talked about setting yourself up for success and offered tips like gathering your tools into one place for easy access. But it occurred to me that a mum (or anyone) who is brand new to scrapbooking is probably overwhelmed when attempting to figure out which tools are really necessary, so I thought it might be helpful to go over the tools that I feel are Must-Haves (when creating any type of album) and which tools are the Oh-So-Nice-to-Haves! Continue reading Must-Have Tools for Your Child’s Scrapbook