Wednesday, November 12, 2014

scrapbooking

I used to scrapbook so much.  Literally every single day.  I had photos, I journalled, I did my own designs for page layouts and I posted them diligently on 2Peas (which is now defunct, sadly).  Something changed so quickly when Fynn was born.  Logically and naturally, I had less time.  I have tried to pick it up since he was born.  I did a number of layouts of him as a baby and then it petered out again when I went back to work after my maternity leave.  As the kids got older, I maintained at least a couple of pages a year for each of them.  Lately I have looked for ways to keep it as simple as possible but to still maintain some semblance of this hobby in my life.  I bought a kit online recently with a school theme.  I plan to do the kids' school photos.  I have ordered the photos and have the paper - the paper even has suggested layouts on line, so I should be good to go.

Wish me luck.

1 comment:

Mary Jo Rhoda said...

Oh good luck!! I definitely go through phases. Honestly design team work is what kept me producing pages for awhile. Now that I am done with those I haven't done a page in two months!
But I am working on a pocket pages album. I just do ten minutes a day. If I can do more great. But if not the ten minutes is something I actually look forward, too! :)