This is AWESOME!
What a great video. I loved all the tips especially using the rounded pieces and trimming for that extra something! Great job!
I love the clear backing sheet - brilliant!!!! Love the layout. I couldn't tell if that was 3 of your children or one child until I heard you explain at the end. Great idea for a layout!
LOVE this idea!! The buttons under the number cutout is awesome!! Great video overall too...just the right amount of instruction...good editing!
LOVELOVELOVE this layout and idea - what an awesome way to get buttons into a layout. I have a ton, never use them. Now I am going to try this FOR.SURE!!!!!!
the buttons behind the die cuts are AMAZING!!
Video - Video Memory Keeping Monday: Ages 2-4-6
Welcome to this week's episode of Memory Keeping Mondays! Today, I made a page about my son's favorites at ages 2, 4 and 6. I've documented what he: ate, played, loved, obsessed over, watched, vacationed, and who his BFF was at each stage. I loved seeing how in just two short years, his favorites “grew up” so quickly! Documenting life + stages are my favorite types of layout. I think next time I will do one for the stages of my married life – dating, newlyweds and the present.
To add a little something special to the page, I created shadowboxes filled with buttons to represent each age. The numbers and journaling spots were created using a Silhouette. To learn how to make them step-by-step, watch the video below.
If you have any suggestions for what you like to see in a future episode of Memory Keeping Mondays, please leave me a comment and I'll see what I can do. Thanks for joining me!
For the challenge: Create a page comparing different stages in your life. I'd love to see how many different themes you can come up with.
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