(I am cheating again because I changed the post date so it would reflect as if I’m really posting on a Saturday. Shh.)
For a change, I’m scrapping pages for an actual album, albeit a very small one. Hehe. All the pages I’ve scrapped so far stand alone and don’t actually belong to a set. I guess the movie themed pages will end up in one album in the future, but it’s the first of its kind so far.
On Wednesday, Alfred and I went out to see The Mummy 3 at Greenhills. Walking around after the movie, I spied these faux leather card holder with plastic inserts. Perfect for a mini album that a girl can carry around in her purse! Too bad there were only two of them left, for a hundred pesos each. I won’t post a picture yet, I’ll reveal once the album has been put together. 🙂
So what’s going in the album? Pages of my most recent Trinoma adventure with the girls of course! I hope to find more of those card holders so I can make copies for all the seven of us (yes, Pauie and Lanie included).
Here’s what I’ve done so far. This first page isn’t even finished yet, I’m still going to add the title.
No layout for Scrapbook Saturday this week. I had it in my mind to feature some digiscrapping celebrity (not that I am close to any one of them) or to post something that will really help out those who are new to digital scrapbooking. I didn’t have time for proper research though so I’m ending up with nothing. But please do visit the SS Headquarters, starting with Dette, and visit other SS participants.
I ran a search for verabear and digital scrapbooking and one of the results led me to my journal archives. This post actually was written when I first found Susan of Raspberry Road. Though Shabby Princess was the first ever designer I downloaded a freebie from, it was actually Susan’s kit that I first used for an actual layout (the one I shared on the first Scrapbook Saturday).
Now, Susan sells her designs on her blog but she still continues to give full kit freebies to her loyal blog readers. And I still go there to visit. Believe it or not, I don’t just go for the freebies, I actually go to oogle over the beautiful designs and layout created by others. (more…)
Here I am, posting my first on-time Scrapbook Saturday. Woohoo! (Click on the button to go to the SS Headquarters)
I mentioned in yesterday’s post that this was going to be different from my previous entries. This is the first time I am ever scrapping a layout inspired by a movie that Alfred and I went to see. (Click the image to read the journalling)
Wish I had thought about doing this a long time ago. If I had, I’d have a huge album filled with movie layouts from those we went to on our first year dating. I just hope that this is something that I’d be able to continue doing – scrapping what each movie meant to me, or whatever it had me thinking, or feeling. Or who I saw it with.
I hope you liked it. Please do visit other SS participants, okay? 🙂
Okay, so it is Sunday already but who cares? Haha. My PC was just fixed this afternoon so I am late in posting my first ever Scrapbook Saturday!
For this first week of SS, I’ve chosen to show everyone my very first scrapped page. I made this page from my bestfriend’s Friendster photos as a birthday present.
For a larger view, and the credits, click on the image. You’ll also see the letter that I wrote for JoArni at the time. Then don’t forget to look at the layouts by other SS participants, starting with Dette, of course. Tracy, if you’re reading this, join us at Scrapbook Saturday 🙂