Storyline: Documenting our Girls' Day Out

There was a time when I was creating at least 4 scrapbook pages a week (I think...I mean, who knows how many it really was...but 4 sounds like a good number, so I'm going with 4).

Things have changed a bit over the past few years...documenting in notebooks and planners has all but taken over the papercrafting industry...but I still love a good old traditional scrapbook page.

Now, my style has definitely changed since I first started scrapbooking. It's become a little more simple...a little less busy, with a LOT more white space...but, in general, the basic components have stayed the same - photo, date, journaling, embellishments.

Here's my latest page...created with a Heidi's Swapp's Storyline background & some ephemera from the Honey & Spice collection.

Documenting brunch with the girls...Storyline + Honey & Spice

I kept this page simple by enlarging my photo to fit the entire width of the 8.5" x 11" background.

Documenting brunch with the girls...Storyline + Honey & Spice

Then I chose a few embellishments to fill in some of the space at the top.

Documenting brunch with the girls...Storyline + Honey & Spice

I added all of the pertinent information...the Who, What, and Where...

Documenting brunch with the girls...Storyline + Honey & Spice

...and finished by stamping in a couple of ink splotches.

Done, and done.

Thank you so much for taking a look!



Heidi Swapp Honey & Spice Ephemera

Heidi Swapp Storyline

Kerri Bradford Stamps: Inked

See more of my Storyline pages here:

Scrapping a Large Photo with Storyline

Storyline: Working on a Grid

Storyline: Focusing on Color

...and search "scrapbooking" on my blog for more page inspiration!

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