Some of my Favorite Pages

As promised in my 10 Things I’m Changing Thanks to You post, I’m here to share a few of my own scrapbook pages.. It’s been quite a while since I’ve actually done any of my own scrapbooking (outside of beta testing in the Project Life App) so these are definitely older, but I’m working with what I’ve got here.. 😉

This first set is using my Story Grids Vol. 3 and various pieces from Memory Pockets Monthly Hello collection. (Everything is linked for full credit details if you are interested.)

(Fun Fact: On Feb. 18, 2015 it was -16 degrees.. on Feb. 18, 2017 it was 68 degrees.. I especially love including info about the weather for this exact reason!)

Another fun spread using MPM Charmed and Story Grids Vol. 2. We do a quick family photo shoot at the same location each month, and these pages and photos always end up being some of my favorites.

This next set is especially fun to me, because many of my designs for this collection were actually pulled together, expanded upon and released for paper as the Millie & June collection for Fancy Pants Designs. When I put these pages in my album, it was fun to use the matching washi tape I designed as a tab on the insert pages. The digital version is part of the MPM Create collection, and the templates are Story Grids Vol. 2.

And how about a few traditional style pages? This first page is using my collaboration with Sara Gleason called Spark, as well as her Poppy Templates. I’ve mentioned before that the 4th of July is kind of a big deal for my husband’s family, so I have a special place in my heart for all the patriotic kits, and I love how this page turned out, showing my youngest at his first Fourth.

And finally, a bit of a teaser/sneak peek for you.. This is actually made using the digital files of my latest collection for Fancy Pants, called Family & Co. It has just started shipping to retailers, so you should be seeing it popping up soon.. I just received the physical product a few days ago, and I’m hoping to have some yummy photos of all the fun details up on the blog soon, so keep an eye out for that.. 😉

I hope you’ve enjoyed this little peek into my own memory keeping.. If there is something specific you’d like to see in the future, or questions about products or techniques, feel free to leave a comment – I love hearing from you!  🙂


Amber has been designing in the digital scrapbooking industry since 2008, and for the paper industry since 2013. She loves reading, board games, and all things chocolate!

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