With summer in full swing, ’tis this season to be traveling, making memories, and taking the photos to prove it all happened. Sometimes the bunches and bunches of photos we scrapbookers end up with can be a bit overwhelming, right?
I’m Jeana, visiting today from the Silhouette America blog. I brought with me one of my favorite tips for scrapbooking all of those fun summer vacation photos: using divided page protectors to really make it quick and easy.
Summer Vacation album by Jeana Goodwin for Silhouette America.
To keep your albums organized, chock-full of photos and still fun to look at, start by creating a 6″ x 12″ title page. This can include the day of the trip, city you visited, etc. I created my title page in just minutes using the Silhouette CAMEO to cut the title and fun little tag.
Then, on the reverse side of that title page, write or type the happenings of the event you want to remember. If you have photos to support them, you can add a cute numbered tab so the corresponding photo on the opposite page can be easily recognized.
Finally, use some fun patterned papers and cut-out shapes from the Silhouette online store to add some visual resting space among the page of photos. Fill as many photo page protectors as you need for that event; then start the next event with a new 6″ x 12″ title page and repeat.
Have a great summer, and happy scrapping!
—Jeana Goodwin, Silhouette America
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