Saturday, May 5, 2012

National Scrapbook Day!

Yeah, there is TOTALLY a National Scrapbook Day!

And I totally got my scrap on. :)

I found out about several online crops and so I thought it would be fun to participate.

Here are the pages I made (except the first one which is a birthday card).

The first challenge was to put together a layout about home. Well I don't have any printed pictures about "home" so I did a layout titled "Home is where the Heart Is" and used a picture of Rexburg, Idaho, as seen from R Mountain. This layout was my favorite from the day. :)

Okay, wait, this layout might be tied for my favorite of the day. The challenge was to write 5-10 sentances of journalling. I wrote my thoughts from when I saw the Nauvoo Temple the first time during my vacation to Chicago a couple of weeks ago.

This layout's challenge was to mist and use a mask (thus the blue on the right side). This layout talks about the restoration process of Brigham Young's Dishes. This is also from my trip to Chicago/Nauvoo.

This is a fun layout too. The challenge was to use the sketch provided on the website. I pulled the pictures of my friend Adam playing with his son Matthew during my trip to Chicago. They were so cute together!

I was so glad that I got to use a bunch of papers and embellishments that I've had for a couple of years. I love it when my stash gets used up.

And that, my friends, is how I spent my awesome and relaxing Saturday. :)

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