Monday, August 16, 2021

July 8x8 Scrapbook Pages

Hey guys! It's that time again. Time to share the next set of 8x8 pages for Rylee's album! As a reminder, each month I create 4 layouts for my granddaughter's scrapbook that highlight her fun moments from the month. Today, I'm sharing my red, white and blue pages for July!

 
So, if you're like me you could be slightly behind on your scrapping and still have July 4th photos in your phone. No worries, maybe all you need is some cute inspiration. I made these over the weekend with Doodlebug's patriotic collection called Land That I Love. I hope they spark your creativity!
 
 
For starters, I mixed 12x12 papers and smaller prints from the 6x6 paper pad with white card stock. I added a cute title at the top with Doodlebug's My Type alphabet stickers in Blue Jean and sprinkled some pretty jewels here and there. (All products links are listed below.)
 
 
With the cute flower pot, "love" and cupcake die cuts you could really add any sweet pictures to these first 2 pages. They use bright and cheerful papers but don't necessarily have to be for July 4th.

 
I "l💗ve" this pic. It shows a bit of each of the fun prints I used, plus that little pot of flowers with it's grin is just adorable.


The next 2 pages are great for the July 4th celebrations! I used lots of odds and Ends, stickers from the This and That and the "July 4th" is an icon sticker.  
 
 
This page might be my favorite. It has space for 4 great photos, a place to journal and that awesome hot air balloon die cut. So, so cute!
 

I hope this encourages you to print your July photos and create wonderful pages.

To see my other layouts in this album, click on the months - January, February, March, April, May, & June.


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