After finishing up the October weekly spreads in my 2016 pocket scrapbooking album, I decided to keep going filling in the gaps and started on September!
Because I put breaks in-between weekly spreads for each month in order to include thematic pages, I end up with some “partial” weeks at the beginning and end of the month.
If I only have a few photos, I’ll work extra days into a full weekly spread, but if I have enough to make a spread, then I do. This is fun for me because I usually pack photos into spreads, so doing partial weeks sometimes gives me room to include more cards than my typical spread.
Here’s the spread, covering September 1-3:
For this spread, I used mainly the September 2017 Kit from Kelly Purkey.
- Kelly Purkey September 2017 Kit
- Hero Arts Clearly Kelly Urban Inks
- Ali Edwards precision pen
- Ali Edwards Willamette ink
- Becky Higgins Design A and Design F page protectors
Going on here: Ava loves silly selfies (and yogurt), deep cleaning / getting ready for our adoption home study (super stressful), Jonas’s “about me” bag assignment.
I cut off a bit of the pink 4×6 card to use on this page, so I mounted it on a green card.
Jonas’s teacher asked the class to put three items in a bag to describe themselves and he chose a Batman Lego video game, a knight Lego minifigure, and a photo collage of family members. This would be a fun thing to have the kids do periodically!
I’m trying to use stamp sets I’ve never touched more. The “True Life” and “Life is Tough, But So Am I” are from a 2016 Kelly Purkey kit. I like stamping on labels or cardstock and then cutting the stamps out to add onto cards, that way I have a chance to try a few times if I make a stamping mistake.
Going on here: The finished owl stepping stone I made with the kids, me in my office (productive work week!), Eliza doing homework, latte for me and a donut for Jonas, dinner with our friend Virgil.
I had fun working in as many of the September kit stamps as possible. “Home Made” was great for this craft project photo!
I used a Design F page protector for this page, but wanted to use two 3×4 cards in the 4×6 spot. I attached them together on the back with washi tape.
I used a “Home” stamp here and added “work” with labels and letter stickers. This reminds me that I need to take some photos of Eliza doing her homework now. She usually does it in a quiet area now instead of at the dinner table. One of the benefits to scrapbooking the past is it can give you ideas on what to document in the present.
Another one for the books! I’m going to finish up a few 2016 projects (in the middle of my 2016 December Daily!), then switch back to documenting this year.
What are you working on right now?