Welcome to National Scrapbook Day, and thank you for joining the Sketch Support blog hop! You should have gotten here from Suzanna's blog. If you get out of order at any time, please feel free to stop off at Sketch Support to find all the blogs--and have fun on the scavenger hunt!
Here's the sketch we used:
And here's the page I made from it:
I had bunches of brother photos that had not made their way onto other pages. I took them all and printed two more photos from a recent event to make this page. The photo sizes are different, but the orientation is the same.
The idea for the page came from some words from my son, which are on the journaling card above. Click the image to see them bigger. Words like that merit a page, I think.
My boys loved that great big red inflatable whatever.
I love my Bazzill stitching template:
Oh, yes I do...
I also love those Cosmo Cricket flower and butterfly die cuts. I'd marry them if I could. Well, not really, but I really love them.
My friend Sandra gave me the idea for putting a quotation in this spot, which I created because I had an empty spot since I messed with the photo orientation. Who knew Leonardo DiCaprio would have such a heartwarming brother quote?
And for a chance at a prize...Leave a comment telling me why you scrap! I scrap to remember the stories of our lives. Also to make meaning out of them. In all honesty, I think scrapbooking helps me make my life more meaningful. Plus, God's truth, I have to scrap because I have so dang many supplies!
So share why you scrap (Comments will be open until Sunday night at 9 P.M. CST), then hop over to Amy's blog! Thanks for stopping by; come back again.