We are Steph and Angie - sisters who love to scrapbook. We don't know design, we aren't color experts and we usually only get to scrapbook a few times a year. But, we love our families and scrapbooking our memories with them so here we are!

We'll try not to bog you down with long supply lists and explanations (half the time we can't remember what we used or it's such old stuff that you'd never find it anywhere anyway!)

Please feel free to "scrap-lift" any of our ideas that strike your fancy, and if you are a scrapbooker with your own blog, please link back to us!

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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

DARE Twins Game Trip

The 5th Graders in Bigfork go through the D.A.R.E. program to learn about the dangers of drugs and alcohol and other risky behaviors.  At the end of the year, they get to take a bus down to the Twin Cities and watch a MN Twins game.  I had no interested in chaperoning a bus full of 5th graders on a 4.5 hour trek to a baseball game and back.  So Dad stepped up to the plate and went along.

You can see Caden's page from his trip two years ago here.

I stamped my title with some fun and funky alpha stamps.  I need to use these more often.  They could fit on almost any kid page and you never run out of Es when you're stamping!
Yes, that is indeed a blank journaling block on the page.  I plan to have either Jesse, Bekah or both jot down the journaling for me.  It's always fun to get a new perspective instead of just mine all the time.  Plus, I already blogged about it on my personal blog so my version of the story is recorded there.

Monday, September 26, 2016

Scott Camping 2016

This woodgrain paper is from the DCWV The Basics Stack and I thought it worked well for a camping page.  I chose green, blue and cream cardstock for my photo mats and journaling area to stick to earth tones.  The camping themed stickers are some seriously old ones that I've had around here forever.  Remember I buy too many camping stickers and then never use them?  Well, this last scrapping day I did pretty well getting some of them on pages.

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Easter 2016

Yes, I am following up a Halloween page post with an Easter one.  Though I'm totally anal about having my pages in my albums in chronological order, I am apparently not so when it comes to posting them.  :)
Patterned papers are from DCWV Stack 8 and rub on alphas are by Making Memories.

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Bekah Halloween 2015

This background paper is one I would normally never use because of its busyness, but it fit well with these pictures of Bekah in her 2015 Halloween costume and left me with little work to do to finish the page.

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Just a Trim

I had a lot of fun working with this kit from Echo Park called That's My Boy which I found on a recent trip to Hobby Lobby.  The bright colors, accents and alphas are so fun!  This is the second page I created with the kit.  The first was Scott's underwear page here.
There will be a follow-up page to this one!  Scott never wants his hair cut and would prefer it long if we would let him have it that way.  We decided he could go all summer letting it grow but that he had to get it cut before school.  So this page shows the last haircut he had and it's gotten SO long and shaggy over the summer.  I can't wait to do a before and after page of his back-to-school cut!

Sunday, September 18, 2016

Girls and Underwear

Here's Bekah's version of the underwear page. (See Scott's here.)  I used the My Mind's Eye Kraft Fun Day collection again for this one.  This is a collection from which I save all but the most miniscule scraps and this page used many of those scraps, along with several of the chipboard embellishments.  The text "times were had by" on the pennant was printed in white and couldn't be read at all.  I went over them with a fine-tipped permanent marker to fix that.

Friday, September 16, 2016

Mud Kitchen

The My Mind's Eye Kraft Fun Day collection is one of my all-time favorites and I continue to pull it out and use it again and again.  I thought it was perfect for these early spring photos of Bekah in our much-loved mud kitchen.
I added the short title of "mud" to the background page and it fits in so seamlessly that you'd think it was part of the printed page.  I used a few of the chipboard accents from the collection to embellish my photo cluster and then wrote my journaling directly onto the background.