I have quite a few projects to share, but I thought I'd start with one of the most recent ones: LOAD. I participated last February and completed 29 layouts in 29 days. There's something about this commitment that gets me to my photos and back into scrapbooking. I have two drawers of photos waiting for attention so there's no shortage of material.
Day One's prompt was to create a scrapbook with no words. This turned out to be easier than I thought. Adam took a photo of Caleb on each month with the iPad which read, "I am ___ months old." Only the first month and his first birthday were missing the iPad. Since he was born on December 30, 2011, all the photos were taken in 2012. I'm happy to have these photos all in one spot!
The second prompt was scrap a perfect day. That was easy. I've scrapped about this weekend before, but I don't think this photo of me with my kids has been the focus of a page. The journaling card that says "Mother's Day" pulls out to reveal the journaling.
Yesterday's prompt was to focus on something that was important but overlooked. I didn't have anything in mind, so starting hunting through the small photos I have tucked in an envelope in my photo drawers. I came across these five photos taken in the winter and decided to do a page about how under-appreciated winter's beauty is.
I'm quite sure I'll deviate from the prompts as the month rolls along, but the first few days have been fun.