- All the papers needed to create these 3 layouts (colours may vary amongst kits; all patterned papers are from the My Mind’s Eye Everyday Tango line) – all the pieces will be cut to size – you just need to assemble and enhance the layouts with inking, stamping & journaling.
- 12x12 Share & Tell photo insert pages for storing extra photos alongside each of your 3 layouts.
- a colour handout with step-by-step instructions for assembling your layouts.
- an inspirational handout filled with various bible references and quotes perfect for bringing God into your scrapbook pages
I will be setting up a stamping and titling station in the classroom with a variety of stamps (Fancy Pants, Inkadinkado, Hero Arts & Making Memories) plus my QuicKutz tools and alphabets so that everyone can customize their pages with their own titles and designs. This makes the pages totally customizable depending on the photos that you have in mind."
Simply label your photos and slip them into the 4x6 pocket protectors that come with your album. In our busy and hectic lives, sometimes just printing our photos and getting them into an album is a huge success. And let’s face it, not all our photos need to be scrapbooked (nor is it actually realistic or feasible to scrapbook every photo you take). The photo sleeves are perfect for those photos that need to be preserved, but don’t necessarily pull at your heart or beg to be scrapbooked.
Create simple 4x6 titles and journaling cards to help tell your story. Pebbles Inc. sells 4x6 creative pads and journaling cards as a quick and easy way to add memories to your photos, or create your own using cardstock and patterned paper scraps from previous projects. This is an awesome solution to those photos that are best accompanied by a bit of journaling and a title, but don’t necessarily inspire you to scrapbook a whole layout.
And when you’ve taken a photo that knocks your socks off, or truly speaks to the moment that you were trying to capture, you can then take the time to create a layout that spotlights that special memory. All your extra photos from that event can then be slipped into a 4x6 photo sleeve and stored right beside your layout. How brilliant is that?!. This memory keeping technique allows you to focus your creative energies on only the very best photos, instead of trying to figure out how to fit all 16 birthday shots onto a double page spread!