School Portraits Album Flip-through

We have decided to go ahead and have an in-person open house for Gabe, after all, but I started this blog to share his albums, and I will finish! ๐Ÿ™‚ We have plenty of family out of town and out of state, who won’t be able to attend, anyway. So hopefully this blog will still be enjoyable!

So without further ado, I present to you one of my favorite albums of Gabe’s โ€” his school portraits album. I love it because it’s a hardbound book, and, even though I scrapbook mostly digitally, I rarely know I am finished with an album. As I have mentioned in a video or two, I don’t scrapbook in chronological order, so I rarely feel comfortable committing to a hardbound album to which I cannot add pages. But this one is different. It has a finite beginning (kindergarten), a finite end (senior year), and a finite subject matter (school portraits). I know I have scrapbooked all of the school portraits I have of him โ€” and ever will have of him, at least for kindergarten through high school โ€” so I know for a fact that I am done with the album.

I hope you enjoy it!

Published by Corie Farnsley

I am a freelance designer, writer and photographer with a passion for telling stories, especially those that are close to my heart. I love to document those stories in a tangible way โ€” by making albums that will leave a legacy for my children and grandchildren.

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