Archive for the ‘Divided Album Refills’ Category

Texas Parks

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

In my attempts to get caught up, here is another divided page layout.  I’m showing both sides in one post.  This style of page is much faster to put together because you just slide in the photos and add a smaller accent page.

No, Thank You

Friday, October 21st, 2011
 

Oh, our silly baby bear.  He keeps tasty food on his booster seat tray, but the yucky food is evicted to the grown up table.

Products used:  Patterned paper: TPC Studio;  Rubons: Colorbok;  Journaling block: Making Memories;  Broccoli:  hand cut by me;  Tools:  Cricut Calligraphy cartridge (title);  Page protectors:  We R Memory Keepers

Our Little Reindeer

Wednesday, October 19th, 2011

I love how quickly I can throw together these divided album refill pages!

We loved, loved, loved this reindeer suit for Tobin.  We also had the bear suit and we miss them so much since he outgrew them.

Products used:  Patterned paper:  Bazzill Swiss dots, My Mind’s Eye (blue dots);  Letters:  Prima (brown), ki memories;  Tools:  Cricut Create a Critter cartridge (reindeer);  Page protector:  We R Memory Keepers

On a side note, I didn’t have my Cricut when I needed to cut the circles so they are based off a plate, glass, and vase from the kitchen cabinet.  Haha.

Toys

Monday, October 17th, 2011

Here is another quick layout created with the We R Memory Keepers divided page protectors.  I am using these to help get caught up on scrapbooking without losing the fun of themed, patterned papers and the joy of putting pages together.

These are photos of little Tobin in January.  Just hanging out in our play area eating his pegs.  =P

Products used:  Patterned papers: SEI (brown stripes), Echo Park (cars), Making Memories (dots);  Calendar block: Simple Stories;  Numbers:  Prima;  Page protector: We R Memory Keepers

Explore

Monday, October 10th, 2011
My new catching up plan is to utilize these album refills to get some layouts done quickly.  Since the openings are mostly 4×6, I don’t need to print my photos in varying sizes and I can focus on only filling a smaller area with journaling and a title.

We were making pizzas for dinner and started the dough in our bread machine.  Tobin was fascinated watching the stirring action.

Here I used the We R Memory Keepers album refills with 3 4×6 vertical openings and a 6×12 horizontal opening.  I take more vertical photos than horizontal so this design was a good match for my style.

Products used:  Papers: Studio Calico (honeycomb), SEI (stripes), Canvas Corp (recipe card);  Journaling blocks:  K&Company, Little Yellow Bicycle (circle);  Stickers:  Making Memories;  Letters:  sassafras