If capturing everyday real life memories through story-based scrapbooking is your passion, our weekly Story Board was created especially for you! Check out these fabulous examples of everyday real life scrapbooking found this week right here in our own gallery…
Chances are you talk about the things you love/hate about your job, but have you ever scrapbooked it? Chloe did! I love the way she used the neutral colors for the side sharing her less than favorite things about her job and the bright happy pink on the more positive side.
“Photogenic” by Kimberly Morris is a fun way to collect a bunch of photos from different times on one page. I especially like the cute lens frame and negative strips … a perfect touch for the theme. The addition of the glasses and mustache on a couple photos adds to the fun as well.
I really like how StolenMoments captured her own feelings about this particular aspect of pregnancy… this may or may not be part of her baby’s future scrapbooks, but I think it would be really cool if it is. What a great way for her future little one to learn more about his/her mother!
I love how JenLin used a photo as the background in “Search for Snow,” as well as the style and placement of the stamped titlework. The additional three photos also really help tell the story … love that pic of the feet!
I don’t know how she does it, but MamaBee churns out page after page that I just LOVE! “This Is Me” is no exception… I love how she captured all of these little bits of herself through the words and how the journaling flows through the page and guides you to each one.
“Shoe In” by Keely~B shares a part of a typical childhood event story that might often get overlooked in our scrapbooking… the choosing of the attire to be worn to the event and a peek at the decision-making process that went into it. I love how she pulled this all together, right down to those adorably framed pink shoes!
That’s it for this week’s Story Board!! Check back every Wednesday for another collection of layouts selected to help inspire you to scrap YOUR everyday real life!
If one or more of these layouts caught your eye and inspires you to scrap your own real life, please consider clicking through to the gallery and leaving a comment for the artist. Sincere positive feedback often means a lot to those who share their creations and will help to keep that flow of creative energy circling!