What ever happened to two-paged layouts (and multi photo layouts)? It seems that no one does them anymore. I have waaaaay too many pictures to only put one picture on a page. I guess I still look at my scrapbook albums as my photo albums. I still scrap almost everything (there are a lot of pictures that don't make it to the printer ... but the event still gets scrapbooked).
The other thing that I'm so behind the times in is mini-books. I love the look of them, but I don't do them. It seems that I'm alone in this. I have actually purchased a couple, and they never get done. my question to those who do them, is what do you do with them when they are done? Do you have a house full of mini albums that are floating around? I did do one chipboard book for Cameron a couple of years ago with pictures of him and my sweet Oliver (the cat) because he just adores him.
OK, for all my scrap buddies who come here, have you seen the new Maya Road Sheer Journaling Cards??? Ohhhhh! I think I've found a new addiction! They are awesome and I seem to be building quite a collection of them! Check these out. You get a lot of them in the box ... and there are more styles to choose from!
Well, it's another very busy weekend in the Clayton household. Today we have two boys who need to be in two different cities. I have to take Cameron to Mississauga where he has a band practise with the Divisional Young People's Band this afternoon, and then a concert tonight. They will be sharing the stage with the Canadian Staff Band so I think it will be exciting for them.
John will be taking Spencer to his High Rendition Jazz band practise this afternoon, and then to dinner and bowling with the band tonight.
Tomorrow will be a busy day for me as right after Church we need to rush back home as there is a Scrapbooking Retreat prep meeting tomorrow afternoon and evening here for the retreat that is next weekend. Yikes! Talk about last minute.
Anyway, I will leave you with a couple of recent layouts.
These pictures are of Cameron's graduation from the D.A.R.E. programme (which is the drug abuse resistance education programme.) I think I posted these pictures earlier on my blog.