Thursday, October 16, 2014

Pocket Scrapbooking for Christmas


Greetings! Continuing from last post here are pages two and three of the Christmas album my darling daughter is creating. If you missed it, please click here to see page 1.



Zora was really getting into it this time around. I think she really got over her 'scrapbooking is hard/boring and time consuming' phase. She found her stride and was able to make decisions a lot quicker.


In the upper left hand corner, she layered a large and small journaling card with a pine cone sticker to create the perfect backdrop for her picture. Next door she combined a clear sticker and chipboard sticker to personalize the journaling card. I love how she was unafraid to layer a sticker on top of the picture to create the desired effect.


On this next page she used her own cute handwriting to title the picture in the top left. That empty journaling block will allow our family to add their memories as well. This really has become a pleasurable experience and I can let her play without much input. It works well for us both.

Do you craft with your kids? What do you usually make?  Inquiring minds want to know!

Thanks for stopping by! Stay tuned for the next installment!


La-Vie

7 comments:

  1. These are adorable! My children are grown 29, 27 and 24. Although they think my projects are pretty awesome, they say I'm getting old because I paper craft all the time. LOL I do however craft with my oldest grandson, he can operate my Cricut machines as well as me. LOL Miranda :) BL

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  2. fantastic layouts and very inspiring (BL)

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  3. I love pocket scrapbooking. Your pictures are so cute and I like how you did the pieces around them.

    Shanna BL sistah!!!

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  4. Zora is doing a fantastic job, and I love seeing the older pictures of you too!

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  5. What fun pictures to scrap about. I do like the pocket pages. (BL)

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  6. cute layouts! TFS Bloggie Love Janet

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  7. Oh my gosh....is this not the cutest baby in her little red outfit??? Zora, you did an awesome job!! I love seeing your own handwriting on the layouts ~ that makes it extra special! The papers you chose to mat the photos is just perfect. Keep up the good work!

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