The Start of The Isle of Wight Scrapbook
This summer we have done lots of visits, and been to lots of places.
Now the summer is over, it is time to get scrapbooking the photos, and writing down the memories.
I am not doing them chronologically, I am just doing the pages as I am inspired to do the pages, some will be digital, some will be traditional and some will be a mixture of both. But the end result will be the photos and the memories will be stored, and scrapbooked for us to look at over the years and for the boys to have forever.
This page was digitally made, with just one photo and a kit from MyMemories programme, the Sailaway kit.
I gave the photo a mat, and added the anchor embellishments, along with a Bracket Book Plate embellishment.
The rest of the page is a poem from John Masefield, called Sea Fever. It is the perfect poem for this page all of us love the sea. We love being near the sea, and if I am feeling sad or down I head to the sea it is a perfect boost.
This photo was one that I took at Ryde just from the Ferry terminal after we arrived in the Isle of Wight.
I have only written the date and place on the page, as this will be added to the main Isle of Wight album and will be the first page for the album.
A simple but effective page. One where we can remember where we were, what date it was on, and one where we can read the poem and be taken straight back to the sea again.
This page was made while I was making my lunch and took about 30 minutes in total.