I recently purchased a few goodies from Felicity Jane on during their birthday sale. I was in need of some new traveler’s notebooks for my scrapbooking, so I picked a few up. I also picked up a few embellishments, because, why not? 😅
I have already dug into one of my new tn’s and made a few spreads. I have loved picking out quotes and pairing them with a photo lately. A fun, simple way to document these days.
Just stopping by today to share a few new tn spreads I’ve made this summer. It’s a very simple way of documenting for me, but printing these photos out and putting them all together in a book feels complete to me. And this is the entire point of scrapbooking/memory keeping/documenting to me. 😊
Welcome to another one of my Friday posts where I share my favorite scrapbooking layouts from over the years!
This layout is from 2013. I have such an attachment to these photos of my feet among the hydrangeas in our garden. I love those beautiful, simple early summer days. Also, I broke out in an eczema rash right after this. Fond memories, right? 🙃
Last week I shared some new scrapbook layouts in my traveler’s notebook. I have some more seasonal ones to share today! Botanical photography is one of my favorite things ever, so in the spring I’m always out & about photographing all. the. flowers.
I ran across this layout in searching for a layout to feature, and I wanted to share it because it marks one of my early obsessions with decorative planning. These are Webster’s Pages Color Crush planners in the photo. I was slightly obsessed with them! The colors, the possibilities of organizing everything! I still love planning like that, even if I use a different planner these days. 😊
I had a post a couple years back about scrapbooking in a traveler’s notebook. While I still love scrapping in a 12×12 or 8×8 format, I have been getting back into the tn world. I use a standard size tn for my memory keeping. I love these from Felicity Jane.
The thing I currently love most about scrapping in this format is the size. I love printing out 4×8 photos (or even an 8×8 photo). 🥰 It makes a statement and also takes up a lot of real estate on the pages. It makes decorating the spread easier, and a little simpler too.
The notebook I’m sharing below is from my personal journal. I love printing out fun, random photos of my life and adding some words, quotes, or journaling to the spread.