Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Scrapbooking | Scandinavia Page Kit

At the Stamp & Scrapbook Expo (much) earlier this year, I took a class to learn how to use kits from Club Scrap. These kits include papers that are cut and divided to create layouts with absolute minimum (or no) paper waste. We cut, separated, and organized the Scandinavia Page Kit into four piles during the class. Each pile would create a two-page layout. These pages were then easy to assemble at home using the images and directions from the kit.

Once I (finally!) had these pages together, I flipped through my storage binders to find photos that would work with these designs and colors and themes. I ended up with three two-page and two one-page layouts using a variety of photos from several years.

Photos from our visit to Shiloh Morning Inn in 2012 worked perfectly with the green background and "Together is Our Favorite Place To Be" title block.

The photos from our visit to Eisenhower State Park in 2013 were a great match for the "Owl You Need Is Love" page - the pops of red and the nature theme really highlight the snapshots from our hike near Lake Texohma.

I'd already previously scrapped one photo from my 45th birthday hike to the top of Squaw Mountain, and this kit provided a great layout for showcasing more of those photos, as well as a FUN journaling card.

I separated the final layout into two separate pages. The first one highlights photos of us at Christmastime through the years and will reside in our category album all about us.

And the second holds photos of a FUN scrappy time with a friend in 2012.

This was my first time using a Club Scrap kit, and I was delighted with how easily it came together and how well it worked with a variety of photos. I also appreciated the inclusion of journaling space on each layout. If you'd like to see another Club Scrap kit in action, I noticed that Susanne recently posted about the Forest Floor Kit.


  1. Those are all really nice layouts & what great use of the paper. I've been watching some uTube vids about creating kits out of my own stash.

  2. Oh my goodness, you've used those layouts beautifully. I still have my pages from this class kit, but haven't matched them up with photos. Maybe you've given me the nudge I needed.

    Isn't the process of doing Club Scrap pages very addictive?


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