Scrapbook Pages – Adventure Abounds

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I haven’t been scrapbooking a lot lately, but Project Life is inspiring me to get back into it! As I was organizing my Project Life binder, I came across a layout I haven’t shared here before and two that were shared but are related but feel like now is a great time to share them.
One thing that keeps many people from scrapbook and Project Life is the fact that they feel that scrapbooking is for people (mostly women) who have families. That scrapbooking is for documenting the lives of your children…
…well, I’m not married and I don’t have children but I still have plenty to share! I scrapbook because I have a story and I want to document that story. 
Part of my story is my adventures:

So there you go! You don’t need to be particularly interesting, have children, an extra adorable pet, or lots of fancy products to scrapbook…it is your story. 
These layouts are from our adventures last year which included: Bryce Canyon National Park, Joshua Tree National Park, and Crystal Lake (located in Mammoth Lakes, CA). 
I’m hoping to get more scrapbooking done now that I have some more creative juices flowing! I’m also working on my 2012 mini album, and Project Life (of course) so I hope to be sharing more of my ‘crafty tale’ soon enough.
Do you scrapbook?
What other ways do you partake in memory keeping?
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  • Krystal March 20, 2012, 10:52 am

    Love the pages and the use of M’s. I too am not married nor do I have children, but I scrapbook for simmilar reasons. Things happen that I don’t want to forget- therefore, I document an scrapbook. Love the posts and the pages!

  • Jamie March 24, 2013, 10:23 pm

    Hey…I’m finally able to catch up on your blog posts, so I apologize if this is late. I do scrapbook, but I haven’t in a long while. Where do you get your inspiration for your layouts and how do you continue to keep it interesting?


    • Kam March 25, 2013, 11:30 pm

      Never too late :) Thanks for reading, Jamie!

      I responded via email (I think?) and my biggest inspiration is Ali Edwards…I love using grids, straight lines, and repeating patterns. I also like to keep things simple, I tried doing a more “unintentional” layering on a few pages and ended up hating them :(


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