Ladybug Layouts Weekend Retreat

2011 Retreat Dates

June 3-5 (CANCELLED due to location issues)
October 21-23, December 2-4 (BOTH CANCELLED due to family committments)
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Saturday, May 1, 2010

Woohoo!!!!!! 2600 Hits!!!!!

We did it! 2600 hits. I can't wait for 3000! I'll find some blog
candy for and think of a contest!!!

Denise aka Aunt2Jaymz
Sent from my iPhone

Happy NSD!!!!!

I've made 3 Christening cards (sorry, can't show you yet)..... now on to the next project.

Happy National Scrapbooking Day!!!!!!

Enjoy your day, spend time with friends, and get some scrapping done!!!!

Woohoo!!!!!

Today's Tip! - Types of Albums

There are two standard sizes of albums:
  • 8.5”x11”, and;
  • 12”x12”
Most scrappers I know use a 12”x12” album for the "family scrapbooks" and smaller (6"x6", 8"x8", or even 8.5"x11") books for themed albums.



3-ring binders or D-ring binders: These are just like the binders you used in school.  This is my preference, though I have a hard time finding these in Victoria.  A simple 3-ring center means you can add or switch around pages easily and a D-ring allows pages to lie flat.  The best thing is that you can fit a lot of pages into a 3-ring binder.



Post-bound albums: The pages are bound into the album with three posts that can easily be taken out and more pages added in or removed.  It is also somewhat easy to move pages around.


Strap-hinge albums: These albums have flexible plastic straps in the cover that run through wire loops embedded in each page. Binding is expandable but pages are not a readily available.