I have a new way of scrapbooking.
I used to "speed scrapbook". No more than 30 minutes on a page.
And I still do...but now I scrapbook in chunks. I literally add a couple of things to a page each day. It takes me about a week to do a layout, but it's all good.
I'm still making something and that makes me happy.
Here's a page I completed today. We took these photos quite a while ago (on Ocean Drive) and I've been waiting for the inspiration to scrapbook them!
SUPPLIES patterned paper- crate paper//chipboard accents-crate paper (flowers),dear lizzy (arrows//star sequins-michael//stamp-dear lizzy//doilies-freckled fawn//journaling card-dear lizzy//glitter tape-american crafts//anchor embellishment-glitz design//remember sticker-dear lizzy//alphabet stickers-studio calico//american crafts precision pen//versamark ink//stampin' up scallop border punch
I love these Studio Calico thickers and I've been waiting to use them on a page. They were one of my favorite alphabets at CHA!
They go nicely with the Dear Lizzy flag stickers and arrows.
I'm also loving anchors right now. Maybe living close to a Navy base is rubbing off on me? :) :)
Also, I don't think I'll know what to do if Crate Paper ever stops making their chipboard accent stickers. I use them on everything I make!
So there you have it. A super simple page to make that only takes A WEEK! Hahahahah!