Ideas for Scrapbook pages
It’s been a while since I scrapbooked. But, that’s exactly what I intend to do later this week. This evening involved a few too many errands so I spent a little time just planning out what I might scrapbook- brainstorming ideas for scrapbook pages. It’s something I often do while sitting in line at the grocery store or waiting on my husband. Here were some of the ideas I came across browsing my scrapbook photos. I never know if the same inspiration that is hitting me today, will still be with me later this week- and if it’s not inspiring me at the moment, I won’t scrapbook it. But, there’s enough ideas here to get me started. I’ll spend a little time thinking about these and see what I come up with.
This one was the first one- the one I thought I would scrapbook today. The funny thing is that while browsing for other ideas, I found some more pictures I have of my husband doing this- he’s trying to figure out a protein feeder out of PVC- I’ve spent countless hours watching him in the PVC aisle. And, he wound up just purchasing the protein feeder tubes. This isn’t as much a part of our daily routine since we moved and so it’ll also give me a chance to document that.
Then there’s this tin- which always makes me think of summer vacation- and my grandmother. I think I blogged about this on my previous blog, so I may go back and use some of that blogging. But, yup- summer and Arizona and really not Christmas. But who knows I may play with that and use the Christmas Supplies I have that I never use- for a layout that’s not about Christmas- because that plays right into the strange juxtaposition of this story.
This story is becoming a thing. That’s my niece there after her birthday party- after I read the books I’d gotten her. This one doesn’t go to sleep easily but she did this the year before too.
I posted a few mushroom shots that were taken at the same time as this picture- I have a series of these. My husband waiting as I took pictures- karate chopping the trees. It’s so him- both the silliness and his patience. (And look, there’s our car. . . not part of the story, but it’ll probably be the first it makes it into my scrapbook.)
This is sorta the opposite of that but more of the same- this time checking out his phone while I take pictures. Perhaps this may be a two page layout- one with the story above and a companion page with shots of him waiting as I take pictures. I have a bunch, the poor guy.