It has been over a year since our Eastern European trip and I am still trying to get it scrapped. I tend to scrap for awhile and then make cards for awhile. Scrapping can be stressful for me at times as I struggle to find the pictures that best tell my story. And then it is deciding on a design and papers. Finally, there is the journaling, title and embellishments. Whew! So why do I do it? Because I love to tell my story...be it about travel, the grandkids or just everyday life.
So while I tend to overthink what I do and set my creativity bar a little high, I want to emphasize to you that there is no right or wrong way to scrapbook. If you just want to mount your pictures and add some journaling, that is perfectly OK. Another option is to do pocket scrapbooking or select a small album and select your most memorable pictures. The important thing is to tell your story!
This layout tells the story of our visit to the Dohany Street Great Synagogue in Budapest. I found it to be a very moving experience.
Design credit goes to Close to My Heart. I did some stash diving for my papers and I love how they blend. The title and embellishments were cut on the Cricut.
I will be submitting this layout to the Color My Heart Color Dare Challenge. Please visit there to see more ways to use color in your paper crafting.
I have a few more layouts going...I will try to share them soon.