October PageMaps & a Tip for Scrapping Random Snapshots

It’s my favorite month of the year! Yay! for October! It’s also my favorite time of the month where I get to play with the new PageMaps sketches. Here is the page I created for this month.


When my son was 8 years old he LOVED going to scouts. He loved it so much that he would set out his uniform the night before every single time. Cute, right?! Of course I wanted to remember this and had snapped a quick picture of his clothes with my cell phone.

The cell phone snapshot is not a stellar image that would make a great focal point on a scrapbook page, so what I did was add in a cute photo of my son taken around the same time. I then used themed scrapbook products to help support the story of the page.

Jana Eubank PageMaps October 2018 Scouts 1 600

The Simple Stories Cabin Fever collection with it’s outdoorsy vibe was perfect for this page topic. I had just a few scraps left, so I combined them with a few other patterned papers hanging out in my stash.

Jana Eubank PageMaps October 2018 Scouts 3 600

I fussy-cut several elements from the 4×6 Vertical Elements paper, 3×4 Journaling Card Elements paper, and 4×4 Elements paper to use as embellishments around the page.

Jana Eubank PageMaps October 2018 Scouts 4 600

I then added in a few dimensional accents, like the white twine, gold button, and flair badge. The chipboard frames around the photos and the torn paper at the bottom add in more texture.

Jana Eubank PageMaps October 2018 Scouts 5 600

If you have a random snapshot that illustrates a sentimental story, but won’t exactly look hold it’s own on a scrapbook page, try adding in a photo of the person the story is about. It will add context to the story and snapshot and make the story that much more memorable.

Thanks for stopping by!


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2 thoughts on “October PageMaps & a Tip for Scrapping Random Snapshots

  1. I love this idea.My grand daughters are into unicorns and fairies and I have lots of pictures I’ve taken of books, stuffed animals, purses and things they love. So I got some great inspiration from your LO. Thank you for your continued use of blogging. So many people have stopped blogging but I love blogs!!!


  2. Love this layout! I would love to scrapbook more but I feel like I always have to buy so many supplies to get started….Looks great!


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