I know, I know, like every scrapbooker, I’m perpetually behind. (Although, I’m finally the most caught up that I’ve ever been.)
I have a stack of photos for my 2012-2013 book and I’ve slowly been working my way through. That’s actually all the pages you’ve seen on the blog so far. I like to make scrapbooks per big event (I.e. my New York book, my Disney Trip book, my bridal shower book), but then I like to make a general book per year(s) for the smaller events that might only have one or two or ten photos.
Going through the stack, I found photos from Thanksgiving 2012. Time to get those in the book!
There’s nothing too special about this spread. Breaking the number one scrapbooking rule, there’s no journaling. I really couldn’t recall any notable moments to write down; like, I couldn’t remember anything at all. All I know is that I took a couple of photos because my relatives were visit.
But hey, I had the photos so into the scrapbook they go.
I loved this paper, and the whole autumn set. I haven’t really had an autumn pages to use it on, so I was pleasantly surprised that I remembered to use it here.
The letter were hard to see because that paper matches the background paper so much, so I matted it, outlined it, and put it on too of a thin contrasting paper.