Friday, April 30, 2010

Scrapbooking Continued

I spent all day yesterday at this computer working on that scrapbook. Barely got the bed made and - thank heavens - there were leftovers to have for dinner!  I was cross-eyed by the time my day ended.

I do feel like I am on the right road with this now. Although there are a lot of years of his life that I do not have any info for, I am scrapping what I do have in time order. This makes me feel organized.  I also changed my page theme a little.  The scrapbooks I have made before do not continue a theme - other than being about my family.  Thus, everytime I made a page, I could do something different - making it as elaborate or simple as I felt like.  That is more fun but takes longer - so, I am going to keep the page designs for this book simple and the same throughout the book.

I would love to share it here. It's certainly more fun to do things if you can show them off.  However, there are family names involved, and I feel insecure about that - though I don't know who would care. I guess I could "redact" them. :)


  1. "Where there is a will, there is a way." We would love to see your work.

  2. Pat, thank you for visiting my blog and leaving the comment. Both blogs are MINE (!) tho my dh is the one to instigate most of the trips. He's an engineer so he's not quite the type to blog. I have rarely found a piece of software that I didn't like so we do have that in common.

    I don't know where you found the MyersBriggs poetry on one of them, but I'd agree that you ISFJs are the caretakers and nurses usually had someone in the family who needed caretaking.

    btw, thanks for that link to

  3. Thanks for your comment. I found those poems here I just assumed that Dr. Dave is your hubby.(I should know better.)

    I really like the WITL idea. Had never seen that before. Your photos are great. I found the above techniquespeak blog looking for a tutorial for overlays. Yours look lovely.


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