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A year in reflection scrapbook pages

Each year, I trade scrapbook pages as Christmas gifts with family members.  The pages highlight what my family did over the last year, so in the end, I have a stack of pages showing me what everyone has been up to while I’ve been living out of state.  It is lots of fun to do, but this year I had so many things to share that I needed to make 4 pages for each gift.  I was trading with 4 families this year, so that was 16 pages to make.  It may not seem like a lot, but doing 16 12×12 pages in 2 days (I’m a late starter) was a lot of work.  However, it was fun to get some scrapbooking in.  stampin-up-011

I’ve spent so much time recently doing cards and 3D projects, that I’m a bit rusty on scrapbooking (I was suprised at how different a style it can be).  This time, I was able to start incorporating stamping into my scrapbooking with the Enjoy the moment stamp set on my pink pages.  And of course, I couldn’t live with out my punches (corner rounder and ticket punch) whether I’m making cards or scrapbook pages.


4 Responses

  1. what a great idea…..great work! *~*

  2. What a great idea to trade scrapbook pages with the family! The SU set you used is so ideal for scrap pages. I take forever to do pages but really should get into them – photos everywhere!

  3. Wonderful idea to trade with family. Certainly one way of getting some pages done.

  4. What a great idea! and what a great way to keep track of everyone too. TFS!

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