Now before you get to the actual photos, I must warn you that I am not all adept at photographing pockety style pages. I rarely do. Which is exactly why they are not top knotch quality and I am a little shy about it. With practice though they will surely get better and I already have some ideas for next time!
So here you go, Team Wedertz, year 2015:
I kept it simple and bright with small details.
I don't do a typical Project Life album. Instead, like last year, I will continue to do a combination of both traditional and pocket style scrapping for 2015. This year though I am going to try to simplify a little bit and streamline the albums more. Last year it took me FOUR 12x12 albums to hold 2014. And that is just my main family album. (I also do an album for each kiddo.) It was a lot of work keeping track of everything.
Some of the things I am doing this year, is to include photos from the Collect app because I like their clean, consistent look and I can include details right there with the photo. I am also going to be a little bit more judicious about what goes in what album and how. Last year I would usually scrap one event/photo series per pocket page, but I am going to try to include more. I am also switching up my album sizes. I will be using a Handbook album for my son because is just perfect for a camera-shy-I-am-never-home teenager. It will also give me the option of playing around with a 6x8 size for my traditional scrapping. For both my main family album and my girls I am using the 9x12 size (also from Studio Calico.)
And after all that, I have to say that documenting 2015 is going pretty well so far. How about you? Are you making any changes this year? If so, how are things going? I would love to hear from you!