Sweet Traditional Scrapbooking Page

Yesterday in my Project Life Family Album I dropped in all of my photos for May.

I had several photos that I wanted to turn into either simple pocketed page inserts, or traditional scrapbooking pages.

Here is the first layout for May featuring Violet which will be a part of my May stories.

Sweet Traditional Scrapbooking Page

I used the same paper I use for my May layout by Jen Hadfield called Reaching Out.

I loved the rainbow paper and thought it matched Violet’s personality perfectly, along with the photos.

In the video, I shared how I added text to a die cut by printing it on Sticker Paper.

I don’t know why it has taken me so long to start using Sticker Paper, but it has been a game-changer.

I get my Sticker Paper HERE. There are many other options out there as well.

Sweet Traditional Scrapbooking Page

The Stamp Set, and Die that I used to create the Butterflies is a retired Stamp Set.

Honestly when this set first came out and I purchased I never used it. I just never had time.

I’m so glad that I held on to it because it was the perfect match for this layout.

Sweet Traditional Scrapbooking Page

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Sweet Traditional Scrapbooking Page

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I create all kinds of projects in our community from traditional pages like you saw today, to One Little, Week In The Life, and even Travelers Notebook Layouts.

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