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Scrapbooking Accomplished: 4th of July Style

July 13, 2010

While on vacation last week, I made a significant dent on my 4th of July scrapbook project. This was something on my summer “to do” list; actually it’s been on my “to do” list for five years. Here’s a sampling of the layouts.

4th of July Scrapbook -- It's a 7" x 7" Creative Memories design from years ago

4th of July Scrapbook — It’s a 7″ x 7″ Creative Memories design from years ago

Here's me with my decked-out bike for the neighborhood 4th of July parade (circa yearly 1980s)

Here’s me with my decked-out bike for the neighborhood 4th of July parade (circa yearly 1980s)

Me and Sister Ellye (1982)

Me and Sister Ellye (1982)

Me and Sister Ellye again, only this time it's 20 years later (2002)

Me and Sister Ellye again, only this time it’s 20 years later (2002)

Me, Ellye and Sister Kayli (2004)

Me, Ellye and Sister Kayli (2004)

Casey's first 4th of July (2006)

Casey’s first 4th of July (2006)

The Early Family with our Americana Flag (2006)

The Early Family with our Americana Flag (2006)

When I conceived of this scrapbook project, I collected all the 4th of July photos I had at the time. That was 2006. So although I did finish the original project, I now have Sophie’s first and subsequent 4th of July photos to scrap. I’m determined to finish by July 4, 2011!

3 Comments leave one →
  1. July 30, 2010 3:28 pm

    Leah, I can relate! 🙂 All summer I have wanted to catch-up on my scrapbooking. I am a year behind. I just can’t find the time…maybe before Labor Day 2010.
    Great Pages!
    Nina

    • leahsinger permalink
      August 1, 2010 8:49 pm

      Thanks for reading. It’s so tough to find the time to scrapbook. But when I do, I always feel so great. Goo luck with your album!

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