Hello and happy Tuesday! It is Jayme Loge here hoping all you Creative Scrapbookers are having a lovely morning with some signs of spring. Where I live, we’ve been buried under an endless ‘polar vortex’. While it has meant a lot of time indoors for scrapbooking I am totally craving some outdoor life! It was a good opportunity to tackle some of the photographs in my ‘to be scrapbooked’ folder.

My usual process is to start with a photograph and find paper and embellishments to suit, but I had the lovely Wild Whisper Designs “Farmhouse”  paper pack that was just calling.Wild Whisper Designs Farmhouse Collection for Scrapbooking | Creative Scrapbooker Magazine I ended up choosing two pictures of my daughter, Avery, taken about 11 years apart! And both featured the great outdoors, so I could at least revel in the memory of it…

I first scrapbooked the more recent picture. I like to wait until the school year is over to capture the highlights from the grade.  Her picture is from the beginning of the year (photo by Photos by Amie). I thought the dragonfly was the perfect symbol to add to the layout, as it signifies change, transformation, and self-realization. Avery was getting ready to move from a school she had attended for 11 years to high school. It was a year of a lot of growth for sure!

Scrapbook Layout featuring Wild Whisper Designs designed by Jayme Loge | Creative Scrapbooker Magazine

Supplies Used: paper, sequins, buttons- Wild Whisper Designs; chipboard, dragonfly stencil- Southern Ridge Tracing Co.; Texture Paste- Ranger

Next came the picture of my daughter at a much younger age. All the little pieces with great textures and images were assembled on a stenciled background. I had some random older ephemera that I tucked in here and there, but I really loved the Wild Whisper embossing powder I used on the title chipboard. So fun!

Scrapbook Layout featuring Wild Whisper Designs designed by Jayme Loge | Creative Scrapbooker Magazine
Supplies Used: paper, embossing powder, button- Wild Whisper Designs; chipboard- Southern Ridge; acrylic embellishment- Prima Marketing; die cuts, gems- Kaisercraft; trim- May Arts.

Happy Tuesday everyone

Jayme Loge
Jayme Loge

To see more of Jayme’s work visit her blog – Jayme’s World

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