Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Flip Through My Summer Vacation Album - Part 2

Today, I'm sharing the second half of my 2015 summer vacation album. You can see the first half of my album here. Before I share the rest of the photos, I want to share a couple of tips I used to help me create a cohesive album.

Tip 1. Pick a color scheme. My color scheme was based on a this pack of stickers. It helped me select products and direct my choices on each page. The whole album looks cohesive and consistent because I repeated this color scheme throughout. They are from the Freckled Fawn June 2015 Embellishment Kit.

Tip 2. Use a kit.  If I limit my supplies it's easier for me to make a choice. The less time I spend making choices or digging through my stash to find something, the easier and faster I can scrap.  You can buy a kit or make one from your supplies like I did. I know this is not a new idea but it's one to keep in mind if you're having trouble getting started or finishing a project.

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My favourite part of the album are the 6x12" photos. I would love to fill a whole album with 6x12" photos. I think that would make a great book.

I hope you enjoyed looking through my summer album. It was a lot of work but I honestly love making travel albums. The photos are always full of happy people and wonderful memories.

Thanks for stopping by!



  1. Love the album and the 6 x 12 photos. Where did you get your 6 x 12 album and where did you get the photos printed?

  2. Hi Lynn, I ordered my album through my LSS, The Paperie, last year. Locally, I know that Costco can print 6x12" prints.