The Why's and How's of One Photo and One Page Layouts
I was talking with a friend the other day about why I have so many one-photo pages and many more one page layouts. When I started scrapbooking years ago, it was for me. But as time went on, the albums became for my adult children, then for my oldest grandson for graduation, and yes still for me. So now when I view a stack of photos--I kind of mentally plot out--- this page about Jackson will eventually go into his album(s). The page I did about Bella and frosting ( "Frosting!") will go into her album(s) and the photos I have of them both with frosting in hand (and in mouth and on face, etc.) will stay with me.
Gotta give a little equal love to my youngest grandie, Jackson. Just like his sister, Jackson has decided that frosting is a very good thing!
Used some old Basic Grey Life of the Party papers, as well as some ephemera from Jillibean Soup, Maggie Holmes, and a couple of tab stickers from Simple Stories SNAP!. The alphas used in the title are super old Heidi Swapp (yeah--I still have several packs of these...loved them then, love them now. I'll be sad when they are gone.) I punched a little star or two or three, and used some of my homemade enamel dots. That's about it. This page went together much more quickly than did Bella's frosting page---mainly because I had been hunting about trying to find just the right color and size alpha for the title on that page.