January and February are finished! Yup, I did both yesterday.
I'm waiting on April and May to arrive in the mail, so I decided to go back and redo months before March. To make sure everything goes well together with no accidental missed pages, I have to work my way forward or backward from March, since March is finished. February was done first, then January.
I only have December and November left in the old album, so I'd better be better about ordering photos with time to spare.
So.... here's January:
We had just moved into the cottage, so there were many projects. First up: renovating the laundry room:
And then fixing the pathway and getting chickens.
Then there's the garden work and, of course, animal shots.
On to February:
Wine tasting, cats, and, well, animal shots.
February also brought on the building of the chicken coop...
I know each of my pages aren't perfectly laid out, but I'm trying to do more categories for each month. It just goes nicer with the flow. And since I don't have TONS of photos for each category, you're bound to see some color from the backing.
These photos were also cut out in weird shapes for the first album. I tried to remedy that as much as possible by making straight lines and squaring photos off (if possible). It wasn't always possible. But, with the exception of one Maddie photo I cut out with curves, all the photos were able to be backed with squared backing. I think this makes the new months much alike to March and what I hope to do in the new months I just ordered.
Here's a question though: does anyone decoupage their scrapbook pages? How well does decoupage hold? Hm. I really don't want anything to ever fall off, and I know, no matter the glue or tape or anything I use, someday this will happen. So how to prevent it??? Just be vigilant about taping down strayaways?
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