It is time for me to post my layouts from last weekend. Doing page kits are a life saver, especially when it comes to a crop. I had a light bulb moment on how I used to scrap the same way, before I even new what a page kit was. Here is how I used to get things accomplished when I did not have a scrap room:
Monday - Select my pictures and create a layout sketch in Microsoft Word
Tuesday - Trim my pictures and journal (I usually did this at work during a break or lunch)
Wednesday - Pick out paper and cut it to my specification
Thursday - Glue down paper and pictures
Friday - Add embellishments and tadaaaaa, a layout was born.
That is essentially how you prepare a page kit to take to a crop with the exception of doing those steps at once and not gluing down until you get there. I've actually decided that I need to get back to doing layouts that way so I can actually get some accomplished.
OK, the reason you are here.... the layouts. The first 2 is something I've never done. Create a LO for each child's album of the same event. I usually reserve those for the family album, but I was feeling generous for these Easter layouts and I had just as many joint pictures as I did of them individually.
the pink label to the left is for her to journal on.
It's funny to see this layout since I'm still scrapping his K year. I'm scrapping all over the place.
THANKS FOR STOPPING BY!