Stumped for the Decade
I'm stumped. It's a new year, a new decade, and I'd like to change up my scrapbooking "plan" a little bit. Just because. But I can't decide how to do it. So I'm looking for ideas...can you help me?
I've considered this: Becky Higgins Project Life
or this: Stacy Julian's LIbrary of Memories
But neither seems *quite* right for me. Becky's is a little too uniform & segmented. I still like making unique scrapbook pages. But Stacy's is a little too disjointed for me and there's something I like about keeping things chronological.
I've considering switching to a 3-ring style album (instead of post-bound) so that I can use more photo sleeve pages with different layouts in addition to the traditional 12x12 pages. So far, that's my best plan...
Anyone have any spectacular ideas for a mish-mash or new idea? I'd like it to be something I can replicate or maintain for the next decade. Help me out!
1 comment so far:
Janet S said:
Happy New Decade and Year Andrea - I have been using the 3 ring for years and love my photos to be in sleeves in order by year.
Then I scrap the highlights and either mix them in with the other photos or if the album is too fat I put the scrapped pages in another album. I use the 8 1/2 x 11 binder albums from HL with the spine sleeve for date and even added the highlights of that year underneath - (printed these and I'm behind on that part) They do make a 12 x 12 version of this binder and if you get several on the half off sales they are a good value.
I do have some 12 x 12 theme albums - several CM from the old days and post bound albums are my least favorite because they are hard to add to.
I'm sure you will come up with a good plan! Janet
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