I've been going back and photographing some of the scrapbook pages I've made so I can get them posted here as sort of a backup. This one really tickled me. It was my very first scrapbook page. Well sort of. . . .
Even though I kept a scrapbook in high school, it wasn't quite the same as the scrapbooking we know today with all the beautiful patterned papers, sketches, embellishments, etc.
My sister-in-law decided to be a rep for Creative Memories for a little while and I bought a bunch of supplies from her. An 8.5 x 11 album, cardstock diecuts and stickers.
I have to tell you when I look at this page it just makes me giggle with how goofy it looks compared to the scrapbook pages I'm making now.
Because I switched to 12x12 scrapbooks a few years ago for my "event" and travel scrapbooking, I mounted the original page on some larger cardstock with yellow border trimming. It wouldn't be a Sandy page if it didn't have yellow on it somewhere - she's all about the yellow :-)
Even though I'm not in love with the page, I love the subject matter. It was Sandy's birthday and Thoryn and Abby came over to the house to celebrate. We had such a wonderful cozy February afternoon. Here's a couple of close-ups which helps make the journaling a little more readable when you click on the image:
It will be interesting as I post other scrapbook pages to see how my style has evolved. Sometimes it seems like I'm still a beginner but when I look at this page as the beginning and compare it to my latest page (which I'll post tomorrow) I can see I really have grown.