Friday, July 8, 2016

Golden Anniversary Scrapped

There were so many great photos from my parent's 50th anniversary that I had a hard time choosing which ones to include on my scrapbook layouts. In fact, I actually created an 8x8 Shutterfly photobook for my parents so that I could include lots and lots of photos.


Then I printed a variety of photos and set to work creating several pages for our 2016 chronological album. I chose black cardstock as my background, then pulled several patterned papers that coordinated with the color of Mama's top. I added in a variety of embellishments and ephemera to share the story of the entire day. Since I'd already shared the story in a blog post, the journaling was practically done. I printed it out, cut it into sections, and these pages came together quite nicely.






Do you use similar supplies when scrapping multiple pages about the same event?

7 comments:

Karen said...

Another wonderful set of pages to commemorate a wonderful event! 50 years is truly an accomplishment, and they look very happy!

Jane said...

lovely photos and pages, they both look very young for such a celebration

Sandra said...

You've created beautiful pages to celebrate a very important occasion

Sian said...

How wonderful. I think the black is so perfect here..it adds a quiet dignity to this happy occasion: a 50th needs both

Patio Postcards said...

Happy belated wishes to your parents on their 50th. Fun layouts.

Yes I do often use the same paper & embellishments to tie multi pages together, but can be a challenge if that perfect paper had only been bought in twos. But now I need to find some black dollies for a page.

alexa said...

They must have been delighted with this - such s lot of work and thought has gone into it. When I first saw the title, I thought for a few awful seconds that the occasion had had to be abandoned and am most relieved to see all those smiling happy faces :).

Susanne said...

What lovely pages to document such a momentous occasion.