Getting started on our 2010 Disney book!
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@Ginger -- Right now, on my living room floor, my kitchen table, or spread out all over my bed, LOL. I'm doing a basic Project Life-style album, so it's mainly just cutting up pics and sliding them into the page protectors. Once I get done with that, I'll pull paper from my stash, do some journaling, and call it done. I used to scrap a TON at my table, but I just don't have the space anymore. Maybe in a few years when DS17 leaves for the military, but for now it's all in storage. Have you been to the new store in B'Creek?
"There are moments of life worth purchasing with worlds."
I just really started scrapping after our trip last year. I absolutely love how my books (it took 2) turned out! I am now going to have to go back and do the trips from 2010 and 2007. I doubt I can find much from the other trips!