Lori Pickens

Scrapbook Sunday


As busy as we have been, I still have been able to do some scrapbooking. It’s kind of what keeps me sane through all this crazyness. So I thought I would take some time today to share some of my recent pages.

Here’s a layout I did about Nathan and my 3rd Wedding anniversary. You might recognize the photo from my blog header. Hmmm, that means that picture is over a year old, and I should probably update it one of these days…. add it to the list 🙂

Journaling reads:
Tonight we celebrate our third wedding anniversary. We?ve had three amazing years as husband and wife and somehow each year just continues to be better than the one before. Some people may not think three years is that long, but I think we?ve had more love in this three years than some people have over a lifetime. So tonight I want to celebrate ? I want to celebrate our time together, the future we have before us, and how much we mean to one another. Tonight, I want to celebrate you and me, and me and you forever.



3rd Anniversary Credits:
b/g paper – Softness By Kate Teague
Rope accent – Softness By Kate Teague
Banner – Vanity Fair Cerulean Elements By Jen Allyson
stitch heart – Maybell Element Pack By Audrey Neal
white frame – Real Simple Clean Frames By Jen Allyson
dotted stitch line – Noted Doodle Stamps By Jen Allyson
brown journaling paper – Vanity Fair Sepia Solid Papers By Jen Allyson
paper clip and ribbon – Authentic Elements By Audrey Neal

Next, is a layout I did for Faithers about her love of Lala.

Journaling reads:
Faith loves her stuffed lion, Lala. She takes it with her wherever she goes, and it is her go-to friend when she is ready to snuggle up for the night. Lala was originally named after Nala from the Lion King, but was never really pronounced that way. The great thing about Faith is that she?s not one of the kids that obsess over one exact animal that you can barely drag away to wash. Faith identifies any lion as Lala, and is happy to embrace all of them. One Lala stays at her house, she has one in the car, one at Mamaw and Papaw?s house, and she is happy to have any of them interchanged. As long as she has a Lala, she?s a happy little girl.



Lala Credits:
Papers – BABY SAFARI By Carina Gardner
Lion – extracted from BABY SAFARI-Cards By Carina Gardner
Circle border – BABY SAFARI-Cards By Carina Gardner
Photo frame – BABY SAFARI-Tattered Frames By Carina Gardner
Distressing on b/g paper – BABY SAFARI-Tattered Papers By Carina Gardner
Title alpha – Organic Alphabet By Audrey Neal
Drop shadows – Subtle shadows by Jen Martakis
Paw prints – Photoshop built-in shape
Journaling font – Pea Comfy Cozy

Here’s another one I did

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