Tue 24 Aug 2010
Yesterday was my dad’s birthday. A few years back, when he turned 60, I put together a HUGE scrapbook for him. It not only chronicled his life, but I gathered pictures as far back as possible, and from as many cousins as I could. It was amazing, if I do say so myself. But this was before either of his grandchildren were born. So I figured it was time to update the scrapbook with some new pages. And since I’m in California, and he’s in Massachusetts, I had to think about what would be the best way to make the pages and get them to him. So, what I decided to do was create the pages in My Digital Studio, then use Stampin’ Up’s individual page printing option, and have the pages sent right to him. I’ll share the different pages with you over the next few days. The first set of pages I’m going to show you is a double spread page with pictures of my father and my daughter. These are two 12″x12″ pages side by side. You can click on the image for a closer look.
All products used on these pages are from Stampin’ Up’s My Digital Studio.You can purchase My Digital Studio or any of the digital downloads through my online store.
In case you were wondering, Sabba means Grandfather in Hebrew. You can actually see them looking at the scrapbook together in the picture on the bottom right.