When I was a kid, I decided to make my first scrapbook. I took all the family albums down off the shelves and started picking the pictures I wanted. I cut them, glued them, colored them and glittered them and was so proud of my finished product. Understandably, my parents were not! My latest scrapbook experience is 100% parent-approved (I hope!).
I love scrapbooks. As a photographer and a crafter, scrapbooking is speaking one of my love languages. I hadn’t had time since college to do it, so I was out of supplies and unsure where to begin when I decided to give it another go this year. After doing some research, I decided to go with a Project Life book. I liked the simplicity and variety of it.
If you aren’t familiar with Project Life, it’s basically a simplified scrapbook. The layouts are mostly premade for 4×6 or 2×3 photos or cards and you can buy kits with cards that all coordinate together. It could be literally as simple as printing photos and sticking them in the sleeves with cards.
I printed photos from our Europe trip as soon as we got back, but since we were finishing our remodel and moving I’ve just recently been able to put it all together. I’m planning on doing some tutorials in the upcoming months, but I thought it’d be fun to share what I’ve done so far with you guys!
Have you all done any scrapbooking? It’s so fun. I can’t wait to do even more! I’d love to hear your favorite tools and supplies! 🙂
Tania Griffis is an accomplished writer, blogger, and interior designer with a Journalism degree from the University of Oklahoma. She started her popular blog, Run to Radiance, in 2011, demonstrating her design expertise through the personal remodeling of six houses to millions of readers across the globe.
Tania also owns The Creative Wheelhouse, a respected ghostwriting agency for bloggers, further showcasing her talent for creating engaging and informative content.