Scrapbook Pages I've Been Working on This Month

 I hadn't scrapbooked anything since Ian's high school graduation on December 31st (2021) and though I kept getting my photos developed I had no desire to sit and scrapbook for the longest time.  

Well, I finally settled down this month and I'm already 1/2 way through our year!  It's so much easier now that the boys are older and aren't "doing" nearly as many things. In fact, I noticed that nearly all the scrapbook pages were Alec's!

I've also gotten much faster; cranking out 10 of these pages in just one day. 



Getting ice cream is not normally something I'd document but I had so many cute ice cream layouts waiting to be used!




I loved how both this seal and the one below it turned out!!







That blank pink space is for me to journal on but I ran out of time the day I was making these pages!

I have 3 assorted pages left (Alec's honor society induction, Ian's 18th birthday, and a parade Alec was in) then I'm onto our 2 family vacations-- Tennessee and Disney/ Universal.  And I'll be all caught up!


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Comments

  1. Every page turned out so good! What an incredible way to be creative, keep memories, and showcase photos. The seals turned out so cute and the ice cream cones as well. Congrats on being almost all the way caught up. That is impressive!

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  2. Love your scrapbook style- so creative and love the phrases you used!

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  3. I love your scrapbook pages. It's a great way to record those special moments.

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  4. What a lovely way to record special memories. I love how you have decorated the pages, they all look amazing!

    Ruth@playworkeatrepeat

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  5. I love your scrapbook pages Joanne! They remind me of Becky Higgins pages back in the 90s when she contributed to Creating Keepsakes magazine. I wish I had my Silhouette back then, everything would have been so much simpler :)
    - Maria

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    1. Aw, thank you! I love looking back at my old pages and seeing how my scrapbooking has changed as the trade and all it's tools have changed so much.

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  6. Great job. Regine
    www.rsrue.blogspot.com

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  7. I like all these scrapbook pages. All pages have turned out great and memories are preserved. You are so fast in making 10 pages in a day.
    Thanks for sharing. Have a great day!
    #MMBC

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    1. I was pretty impressed with how quickly they all pulled together.

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  8. Your creativity is something else, Joanne! I always admire people who scrapbook! I have a good friend who has the neatest memory books!

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  9. These pages are so great! I used to scrapbook when I was younger...now I wonder why I stopped haha!

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    1. I had a few years where I stopped but looking at my room full of supplies guilted me back into picking it up and I am so glad that I did!

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  10. You scrapbook, and blog??? That's amazing. I love it!!!

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  11. You know these are always some of my favorite posts of yours! I've been waiting on one forever! Love those 4th of July pages. The fireworks are awesome!

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    1. I do know that and I thought of you when I was pulling it together! LOL

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  12. Your scrapbook pages are so fun! I used to scrapbook trips but now I just print out pictures and make photo books online for trips.

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  13. What a great way to save all these memories! This is definitely something I would like to try.

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  14. Joanne, I love your scrapbook pages. They look fabulous!
    Thanks bunches for sharing these with Sweet Tea & Friends this month.

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