Friday, March 19, 2021

Scrapbooking | More Pandemic Pages

Persnickety Prints is continuing to offer free printable coronavirus timelines this year. Honestly, I'm hoping these will be filled with better news and statistics now that there are several vaccines being administered around the world.

I included the final six months of 2020 timelines on a two-page spread (similar to the first six months) in last year's scrapbook. I used bits & pieces from my stash for the embellishments.

I also included a digital layout with the thoughts I shared on Ruth's blog back in the fall, along with several photos and screenshots.

I'm so glad that I recorded my thoughts and observations throughout the year during 2020 as I scrapbooked and blogged regularly because so much has changed. We've adapted to new terminology and altered the way we do certain tasks (hello curbside pickup & Zoom classes) until these things now seem a part of our normal everyday life. I think some of the changes have been positive and will remain a part of lives while others we hope never to see again!

How did you document your thoughts about the coronavirus pandemic throughout last year?


  1. Thanks for the link. :) I looked at those printables - what a great resource - but they were just a little too USA-centric (understandably so) for me to include in my journals. :)

  2. I like your layout outs. I have been keeping daily COVID timelines myself, I did not think when I started that I would still be recording for over a year!.


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