Background paper is January or February The Planner Society kit. Title stickers are thickers Petals. Shinny puffy hearts were a child’s scrapbooking kit. Puffy owls and butterfly are from dollar tree. Big shaker heart is from Target Dollar Spot in February. The white puffy heart is freckled dawn.
I love how this layout turned out. I actually did this one physical first and then recreated what I did in powerpoint.
This is from 2016. We went and saw the new Star Wars movie. I love how this layout turned out and I really miss creating digitally. Maybe when I save up some money, I’ll be able to afford a computer.
Title and train themed embellishments are rubbons I found at a second hand store.
Wooden stars are Studio Calico.
Blue check/plaid and the blue flower paper are February The Planner Society.
The dark blue paper is from the dollar store.
This layout idea was scraplifted from Inkie Quill. I loved her layout with the mixed media vellum. I also saw the story idea from someone in Ali Edwards craft the story fb group, where they documented the numbers of the month or year. I’m not currently subscribed to Ali’s story kits but I love the idea so I thought I’d try.
Circles made with watercolor tissues die cut into shape.
Sticker bows are from February Planner Society kit, along with the bow paper matting my photo.
This happened title from a thickers sheet I bought at Hobby Lobby.
Dimensional bow from the dollar tree.
I thought I would start a new series: TBT Layouts. A series where I share layouts I made last year when I was trying to figure out scrapbooking.
When I started scrapbooking, I was enjoying the weekly challenges from Victoria Marie Facebook group. Last year they had Wednesday and Weekend challenges. I was inspired by one that way “I wish I knew when”. During the challenge, I couldn’t stop thinking about how the cats where playing with a bubble wand I picked up by random.
I still had not bought alot of supplies at the time so I used what I had. The background is a piece of thin paper from many years ago when my mom bought a bunch of craft supplies. I the colored velum was from a free art box I tried. The rest was either from Wal-Mart or the dollar store. Although the layout is very simple, I’m super happy I have this one for my memory book.
At the beginning of the year, I thought I would try my hand at digital scrapbooking. I love the ease of creating on the computer. I feel I work on digital layouts much quicker then physical. I think the process is faster because I know I can CTRL Z when I “cut” a paper to short or long. I can redo and undo as many times as I like using digital scrapbooking. Another positive is the fact that most of the papers and embellishments can be found online for free.
I also love how I can try out different formats on digital before making them in physical form. Much like this is my digital version of the Valentine’s Day Layout I made a few weeks ago.