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Scrapbooking: A Pet's Life

Save the memories of your furry friend with these inspirational scrapbook pages.


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    • Show Him Off

      Create a three-column layout stacking three photos along the edge of the page. Remember to choose paper that will show off the photos of your furry friend. Add an extra pop of color by using strips of paper as a fun visual element.

      Sources: Cardstock, patterned paper, photo turns, charm: Making Memories. Font: Arial. Stickers: American Crafts (title), Making Memories (paw print). Rub-ons: Making Memories, Scrapworks (small dots).

    • Keep It Simple

      If you snap an irrisistible picture of your kitty, use paper and ribbon to feature your photo. Use a variety of patterned paper and rub-ons to create a dramatic but simple look.

      Sources: Card stock, brads, stickers: Making Memories. Font: Quirky by Two Peas in a Bucket. Rub-ons: Making Memories (green, gray), Doodlebug Design (black). Ink: Stewart Superior.

    • Your Favorite

      The headline says it all. Create a page that emphasizes what you love best about your pet. Use a simple layout with large photos to tell your story. Add four columns of journaling to explain why you love your dog so much.

      Sources: Patterned paper, die cut: KI Memories. Font: Courier New by Monotype Imaging. Stickers: American Crafts. Rub-ons: Making Memories.

    • Scrap His Friends

      Save the memories of your dog's best buddies too! Stack three 4-x-6 shots and use large fonts to create this fun layout. Use a circle punch to add a pop of color to the page.

      Sources: Cardstock: Bazzil Basics Paper. Patterned paper and stickers: American Crafts. Font: Century Gothic. Brats and Photo turns: Queen & Co.

    • Highlight His Favorite Activity

      Capture your pet doing what he does best! We kept this layout simple by printing journal text on a solid sheet of paper along with the headline. Highlight the headline by adding stickers over the printed text. Use a simple patterned paper for an extra pop of color. For an easy embellishment, hand-sew buttons to the page.

      Sources: Patterned paper: BasicGrey. Font: Sailboat by Two Peas in a Bucket. Stickers: Mrs. Grossman's (orange), KI memories (black), Basic Grey (blue). Label holders: Making Memories. Buttons: Junkitz.

    • Your First Impressions

      Capture the emotional arrival of your new pet. Use a simple patterned paper to feature the large picture of a new puppy. Print the journaling on transparent paper to make it easy to read over the pattern. Use stickers for your headline, and as a boarder at the top and bottom of the page.

      Sources: Patterned paper: My Mind's Eye. Font: Cleanliness by Autumn Leaves. Stickers: American Crafts (letters), 7 Gypsies (words), Rub-ons: Marcella by Kay. Acrylic paint: Plaid.

    • Capture Her Best Feature

      Save the memories of your cuddly kitty. Keep the layout simple,with a black background. Use circle die cuts to add color to the page. For a unique touch, create a circle with a small border and allow the photos to be framed within.

      Sources: Card stock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Pattern paper, rub-ons, stickers, die cuts: Ki Memories. Font: Chatter by Two Peas in a Bucket. Metal Letter: Making Memories. Circle Cutter: Fiskars.

    • The Growing Pains

      From puppy to fully grown, save the memories of your dog's growth. Try golden paper to highlight beautiful photos of your loved one. For a unique headline, paint metal letters and molding with copper paint, and then jade paint. Make sure to give them plenty of drying time before you attach them to the layout.

      Sources: Patterned papers, tags: BasicGrey. Font: Enviro off the internet. Ink: Ranger Industries. Acrylic paint, molding strip: Making Memories. Metal Letters: Press Petals. Ribbon: Mary Arts.

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