I have quite a few traditional digital scrapbooking pages I've created recently that I haven't shared here. I plan on changing that over the next week or two, and get those pages up and recorded here.
Today's sharing is and 8.5 x 11, going back to my roots of that first album I ever created, an 8.5 x 11. I incorporate all sizes of pages into one larger, 12 x 12 album so I am album to create a page in any size that suits my fancy or the story I want to tell.
I super love how this page turned out of two of my grandsons, Wyatt and Samuel, as we waited for the fireworks on Riverstreet to start this past July 4, 2021. I used a huge mix of designers and products from my stash to make the page 'feel' like a fireworks page without it being overly so. And, I loved how it turned out. The page is eclectic but I think it highlights the photos and story well.
Journaling: Since 1998 and almost every year thereafter, we've gone down to Riverstreet on the 4th of July to watch the evening fireworks display. We set up chairs early along the riverwalk and watch the boaters and people watch. Ash and her crew were home before they PCS to New Jersey and we loved sharing our tradition with the grandkids.