Photography. What would our hobby, our passion, our scrapbook pages, be without it? Well, yes, we certainly can create scrapbook pages without photographs, and sometimes we have to for a variety of reasons. But, in general, we do use photographs. How many times have you attended an event, gone on a photoshoot, or just snapped pictures in your yard where you have come away with one spectacular shot, maybe 5-10 good shots, and then deleted the rest? I do that frequently. When that happens, I like to combine my love of traditional scrapping with pocket scrapping. The spectacular photo gets highlighted on a traditional page, and the so-so photos that I can’t part with get put into pockets on an opposing page. When considering the theme of photography, I knew I had to invite Diane (ADB Designs) to collaborate with me on a traditional kit, and Jill (Jilbert’s Bits of bytes) to collaborate on the pocket scrapbooking segment. Our efforts resulted in “It’s a Snap.”
“It’s a Snap” was designed in warm tones with a vintage flair. It is full of unique realistic elements, elements suited for pocket scrapping, authentic papers and brushes created from a 1902 Sears photography catalog, and oodles of fun design elements to choose from.
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Here is a beautiful border for you, created by Renee, to help you get started with your It’s a Snap pages or projects!
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