Mini Scrapbook Layout:  Meet the Teacher Night

Hello, hello, hello!

Today, I will be sharing with you all the layouts I made for the girls Meet-the-Teacher Night at their school last week. 

My goal for each child is to capture meaningful moments within their K-12 experience. At the end of each school year, I present them with a scrapbook that charts that year. With that being said, I have completed 3 albums…and I’m behind 1 due to printing issues, but it will be finished soon. 

Above are the three types of albums I’ve used. 

And a glimpse inside. I keep these pages fairly simple and try to focus more on the stories. 

This year I will be working with a 6×8 3-ring scrapbook, which is different for me since I tend to scrapbook on 12×12 or 8×8 pages. So it should be fun. My goal is to try to work on layouts as the events take place instead of completing a whole book at one time.  With that being said, I would like to share with you all my first pages for this school year. 

These are the supplies I used to make all of the layouts. I used Bazzill Cardstock – Avalanche for all of the layouts as well as some Tim Holtz Distress Ink – Festive Berries (not pictured here) to ink my edges. 

Here we are having a blast at Meet-the-Teacher Night!  This page will be going in my youngest DDs album. 

I wanted to have this picture on a page by itself so when we look back on these days, we will remember the day Emmie met her Kindergarten teacher. 

Next up is our oldest DDs page. We put the same family photo on each layout since these pages will be going in their individual albums. 

Jaelle was so excited about finally getting this teacher, I just love the excitement on her face!

That ends today’s post. I hope you all enjoyed and are inspired by these layouts. Until next time,

Happy Crafting!

Nati J. 

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