We all have birthdays, we have at least one a year! In our home birthdays are very special and something I tend to take a lot of photos of! We have parties, a simple celebrations and a few yearly traditions we do to make that special day even more memorable. That makes for a lot of photos to get in the scrapbooks. My goal this week is to share with you a few simple and easy ways to get those photos and memories onto scrapbook pages before the next birthday rolls around!
General Birthday Layouts
Documenting birthdays should be simple and easy to do. All you need are a few birthday photos, a few papers, some embellishments, a little journaling, and done. The important thing is that you took the time to get that special day documented! Don't make it more difficult than it needs to be! Today I am sharing some general birthday layouts that do just that.
My 3 boys have their birthdays within 5 weeks of one another, so we usually celebrate with one big birthday party! This layout celebrates all three of them:
Celeste Smith documented her own birthday with a simple photo & personal wish:
Amy Coose captured a fun birthday party with this whimsical layout:
Laura O'Donnell used Project Life pocket pages to document two birthdays! "I had my little boy, Willie, the day before my 40th birthday. Anytime someone asks me about a good way to spend their 40th birthday I tell them to have a baby the day before, then spend your 40th birthday in the maternity ward with a 1 day old baby. Best birthday ever! So for this birthday spread I turned 46 and Willie turned 6, I included a picture of the 2 of us 6 years ago in the hospital when he was a newborn. Talk about best birthday present ever."
Kate Christensen created this simple yet stunning layout to document her daughters adorable birthday cake:
Jennifer Larson used a lot of fun embellishments to showcase these photos of her birthday boy:
And that's it for today!! Be sure to stop on by every day this week for more fun and interesting ways to document those birthdays!