Liven up the pages of your favourite student’s album with the new Bookworm Collection! Here, I’ve made a few border pairs. You can use them to decorate both the top and bottom of your page or to spread the design across a two-page layout.
Hi, everyone. I have been making plans for the start of the school year using the Bookworm Stickers and Embellishments. It’s hard to believe that school starts in just a few weeks and I am starting to stress, just a little… My nights are about to get even crazier, not that isn’t already crazy. As I am typing this post, I am wondering if I’ll have any time to scrap in the summer with homework, soccer games, and school events. I guess I’ll enjoy it while it last.
The stickers in this collection are adorable so naturally, for my planner, I used several stickers with a few die cuts. I used my Black Dual-Tip Pen to record my plans for the month.
Getting back to school is not my favourite time of year as I love having the children around the house without the busy school schedules, but once they are back we work into the schedule quickly. I do love taking back to school photos though!
I few years ago I started taking a photo on the first day of school and the last day of school on the front step to show the difference in the children throughout their school year. They always mature quite a bit through the school year, but the biggest difference is their growth. I love the Bookworm digital kit with all of the school related embellishments, but what I really love is the colours as they are muted primary colours.
Hello everybody! I am back with a layout I created using the Bookworm Designer Papers, embellishments and stickers. What a cute collection to scrapbook those school memories!
Every time my son comes home from school with a fun art project, I get excited. I love looking through his artwork and the one thing I can always count on while looking at his work, is that his little creatures are ALWAYS happy. This makes my heart happy. It just goes to show that he’s happy inside and out most days. And he’s so creative too.
I love that he enjoys simple things such as painting, drawing and colouring. He will spend hours at the kitchen table, making pictures for his classmates. He is thoughtful like that.