Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Scrapbooking Your Life in Twenty Pages

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Imagine holding one twenty-page scrapbook in your hands. Imagine that the scrapbook contained highlights from your life. 

Could you create a scrapbook of your life in only twenty pages?

I recently embarked on the challenge of scrapbooking someone's life into one album...and I did it in less than 24 hours. One weekend. No children to attend to. It can be done.

Here are some of the highlights from that twenty-page scrapbook:

Life Scrapbook MemoryWorks-1

Life Scrapbook MemoryWorks-2

Life Scrapbook MemoryWorks-16

Life Scrapbook MemoryWorks-14

Life Scrapbook MemoryWorks-13

Supplies: Simple Stories Kits (Life Documented, Destinations), Jillibean Soup diecuts, Pink Paislee (Daily Junque) cardstock, My Mind's Eye cardstock and diecuts, K&Company emphemera, Glue Dots. 

Contact me to order Simple Stories and the other supplies you see above (not including K&Company). MemoryWorks offers a huge assortment of scrapbooking supplies, including products that are eco-friendly.

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4 comments:

  1. These pages are great - coordinated products really help a process like this don't they? I'll be watching the "other side" with interest!

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  2. Great pages, Danielle! I love the concept, too!!

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  3. Wow, that's quite a project to take on, even with coordinated products. Nicely done.

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  4. I am working on a very similar project:

    24 pages to tell the story of my 4 years (so far) in the States, to send it back home to Dad.

    It is very interesting when you work in this sort of limited chunks. It makes the work a bit more doable, and makes you focus on the highlights. I'll se how it comes along, and if the process is something I want to repeat.

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