Heidi Swapp | Storyline Chapters | Memory Keeping Done Easy
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Heidi Swapp Storyline Chapters

Storyline Chapters | Memory Keeping Done Easy

As the month of January comes to a close I want to share one way I am approaching Memory Keeping this year. I love scrapbooking 12 x 12 pages and I love working in my Memory Planner but there are sometimes those stories that I still don’t get to. I am calling them my ‘middle’ stories. Not big enough to create a 12 x 12 scrapbook layout about and bigger than just a snippet of story in my Memory Planner. This year I am using the brand new Storyline Chapters notebook inserts  to celebrate these stories.  The best part of this system is that my pages come together in minutes. I am able to tell a story and make it pretty in no time at all!

Heidi Swapp Storyline Chapters

I choose this stunning booklet from the Storyline Chapters Scrapbooker insert notebooks with the hand painted floral design.

Heidi Swapp Storyline Chapters

I love that the internal pages are fresh and clean, just ready for my stories to be told!

Heidi Swapp Storyline Chapters

I began my album with a cut file from my stash. I then trimmed some of the pattern papers from the Storyline Chapters 6×8 paper pad and backed each side of the glasses. I  used some of the  chipboard thickers from the collection as my title. I smushed some of the pink chalk ink from the Art Walk collection on the lower half of the letters and some gold ink from my stash on the top to add some fun color.

Heidi Swapp Storyline Chapters

I started with a full size photo on the first double page spread and then used one of the cut apart sheets from the Storyline Chapters Scrapbooker paper pad to cover the right hand side.

Heidi Swapp Storyline Chapters

I added ephemera pieces and stickers from the Storyline Chapters Scrapbooker Mini Sticker book to embellish my page.

Heidi Swapp Storyline Chapters

Turning the page I added another of the pattern papers from the Storyline Chapters Scrapbooker paper pad to cover the page. I layered lots of the stickers from the scrapbook set and then added some stamping using the Storyline Chapters Clear stamps.

Heidi Swapp Storyline Chapters

My last page to share this month was about a crazy 2 and a half hour wait in line for In and Out when it came to Brisbane recently. I backed my photo with a piece of pattern paper from the Storyline Chapters Scrapbooker paper pad and then added more stickers and letters from the Mini Sticker book to embellish. I even added some of the who what where when stickers on my photo for a fun look.

Can you see how I am loving this new concept! I am so excited to getting all my stories told this year…the big, the little and the middle!

Storyline Chapters is coming soon to independent and online stores! Stay tuned in to know when it arrives in stores!

Supplies | Storyline Chapters Scrapbooker insert notebook, Storyline Chapters Scrapbooker Project pad, Storyline Chapters 6×8 paper pad, Storyline Chapters Scrapbooker Mini Sticker book, Storyline Chapter Chipboard Alpha thickers, Storyline Chapters Chapters clear stamps