Thursday, April 10, 2014

Reliving Magical Memories

Working on our trip to Disneyland.  So many Magical moments!!!

I am doing a pocket style album, as there are just too many photos to scrap.  This should help me get it done more quickly. 

I worked all day yesterday and just very tired today.  Not moving very quickly.  Can't seem to shake all the crud in my head.  Now am on some antibiotics, so hopefully that will help.  It probably doesn't help that I continue to function at full speed ahead.  Going to have a quiet day at home.    Just ordered some birthday gifts for Cooper off of Amazon, since we seem to have Amazon prime.  May come in very handy down the road!!!  Hard to believe we will be celebrating Cooper's first birthday at the end of next week.  Where has his first year gone? 

Anyhoo  a couple of pages from my album.  Pages aren't totally done.  Getting things all layed out and then I will come back and scrap some of the pages that are blank.  

You remember my starting page from a few days ago.


 Next will be pages from Vegas.  I still need to go back and do a traditional layout from the M&M store and my journaling on the second page.

 Do you see how I cut my picture on the bottom left and made it fit into two pockets. 

 This is the following 2 pages in my book


The card on the bottom row I created after seeing a tag like this on Pinterest





3 comments:

Darnell J Knauss said...

Really fantastic, Leslee! I think scrapbooks are the best gifts anyone can make! I'm so glad you came by my place and introduced yourself so I could come and return the flavor! I am now your newest follower and I'd love it if you pop back and join as a follower, too, if you like! Have a great day! Hugs, Darnell

Lisa said...

All of your pages look fabulous!! The pictures are awesome!! What a wonderful way to remember your trips!! I hope you are feeling better soon!! Have a great evening :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

Tracy said...

Hope you feel better soon my friend.
You pages look great.
Even with the pocket pages they look great.
How do you like working with them?