Here they are–the last of the layouts I did for the Twelve. class on Big Picture Classes last year. I have been hesitant to post these pages because I would have to acknowledge that this class is really over. I had such fun in that class! I’m still sad that I have to move on.
Every year we take a family photo to put on our Christmas cards. This photo is the one we used for 2012. I always make sure to scrap this photo too.
Natural Science Center
One of our favorite places to go is the Natural Science Center. Even though we have been there many times, I still love to scrap our photos from each trip.
Enjoy the Day
While doing the Twelve. class, I became really good at making everyday pages, especially these grid ones. It’s a fun way to use those ordinary fun photos that might not otherwise get scrapped.
Walking in the Woods
Since moving to the farm, I have taken hundreds of pictures of our walks in the woods. I love to document the changing seasons and the fun that we have whether it is spring, summer, fall, or winter.
One of the twelve topics in the Twelve. class was People. We were encouraged to scrap about all the people in our lives, not just our immediate family. My Grandma Fleta lived beside my family while I was growing up. She was a huge influence on me. I recently found these old pictures of her and decided to scrap them. I had many stories of my grandmother to tell so I needed a way to include my extensive journaling on my page. I used a technique I learned from Stacy Julian–I printed out the journaling on a regular piece of paper and made a pocket on the back of the page for it. Now I have the photos and the stories in one place.
That’s it! I’m so glad I have all of these layouts from this class to look back on for years to come.