I am ready to tackle my mounds of pictures from Caroline's last two years of Girl Scouts.
She's officially a Junior now. She's "bridged up" last Sunday.
I got some VERY CUTE pictures. So happy.
I have about a 4" stack of pictures from the last two years and I want to get them into an album in an organized way that will highlight the stories and pictures.
This album is not about "the stuff" or being artistic.
It's about 1) the pictures and 2) the story.
I normally hate 12x12 but for something like this, it almost calls for it.
I want to use all of these wonderful pictures and 12x12 will help me do that.
So here's my plan Stan.
I would prefer to use the top sketch for all the pages, making it even more cohesive with all two pagers. I would alternate the side the title is on, every other page.
I want to give myself the flexibility of a single page just in case I have an event that doesn't call for that many pictures.
This would be an "all-cardstock" album.
I want to get a K&Co. album - Girl Scouts/Brownies for the pages I'm doing now.
I have to print the 12x12 journaling strip landscape on 8.5x11 but I think I can.
What do you think? Is this TOO boring or does it sound like a good plan?
Do you think I should stick with the same few colors of cardstock or should I make it like all jewel tones or all primary? I want the paper to match the pics, I'm neurotic about that so I don't want to box myself in.
Thoughts please! I think I'm ready to start on this tomorrow!