Scrapbook Sunday: April Messy BoxApril 23, 2017 / byLaura Hager / Categories : Feeds
Hi there! It’s Laura here, and I’m back to share my scrapbook layouts using the April Messy Box. Isn’t this month’s kit the cutest? I love the spring and picnic theme in this messy box. The weather in Phoenix has been perfect for spending time outside. I’ve been working on my garden (still) and taking my little dog, Astro, for walks. Astro and I have also gotten back into our routine of reading together on the porch in the evenings. The sun has been setting later, so we have lots of time to sit and read.
The Monroe Photo Sleeve is one of my favorites to work with. The 3×3 squares are so fun to work with and create really great layouts. All the Messy Boxes come with several 3×3 journaling cards, so I start by picking out my favorite cards and photos. This month’s kit came with 3 different sets of stickers and heart-shaped brads for embellishing layouts. I love how happy Astro looks in the picture from our walk, so I wanted to add the hearts to that photo. I just punched the brad through the photo paper. The set of little picnic stickers is so cute. The shape of them reminds me of icons for apps on my phone, so I decided to make a little grid like they’re apps of my favorite picnic items.
Since reading on the front porch is one of my favorite things to do, I wanted to make a layout dedicated to that. The chair journaling card was so perfect for this page! I started with the 4×6 chair card and added more of my favorite cards from the kit. The teal sticker set matched perfectly, so I added an arrow and a heart sticker to my page. I used an old typewriter to add journaling to a lined 3×4 card.
I love spring because the weather is so nice and everything is in bloom! The April Messy Box is so great for this time of year. What springtime activities will you be documenting? xo. Laura
Credits // Author and Photography: Laura Hager. Photos edited with Scrapbook from the A Beautiful Mess actions.
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