The final National Scrapbook Day challenge at scrapbook.com was a weeklong "Time Machine" challenge. We were asked to make a mini book that would serve as a time capsule to be 'opened' 10 years from now. I started with the blank mini book that I made during the Kelly Purkey workshop in April.
Here is the cover. I used rub-ons to put the date on the butterfly. It's hard to photograph because I embossed the butterfly, which looks pretty cool in real life.
A page about the fourth member of the family, Trouble.
The next few pages talk about our neighborhood, daily routine, Trevor's school, annual vacations, and other things that I'm not going to post online for obvious reasons.
This was really fun to make, and it came together so quickly and easily. It's going to be great fun to look back on over the years. I'm thinking that I need to help Trevor make one for himself.... stay tuned!
This is AWESOME!!! I loveeeeeeeee it and what a great idea!!!!!ReplyDelete
That is so cool! I love that our camping trip made the annual vacation page. I hope we will be doing that for many years to come!ReplyDelete
Love the idea of a time capsule! This mini looks great and will be a treat to see it again in a decade! :)ReplyDelete
That was a great challenge! I love your mini book and you are so right about how fun it will be to see it years from now to see things like your list of favorites and other things that are important to you now, which may completely change.ReplyDelete
I absolutely LOVE what you did with your book!! Turned out awesome!! I still have mine sitting on my desk staring at me ;) LOLReplyDelete