Spring Scrapbooking

I always look forward to spring scrapbooking after a long, cold and generally snowy winter in the Northeast. We use the opportunity to get outside as it grows warmer which leads to more pictures to scrapbook.

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Dad and Me
by Deb Pothier
by Deb Pothier
Spring's Promise
by Autumn Craig
Kick - Goal
by Deb Pothier

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Lion and Lamb
by Autumn Craig
Come Fly Away
by Autumn Craig
by Deb Pothier

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Spring Day
by Deb Pothier
1st Solo
by Cathy Palmer
by Autumn Craig

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Recommended Photos:
  • St. Patrick’s Day
  • First Day of Spring
  • Last snow of the season (hopefully)
  • Going to the Park
  • Walking the dog
  • Wildlife photos
  • Flowers peaking out from the snow
  • School Vacations
  • Easter egg Hunts
  • Easter Basket Pictures
  • Riding Bikes
  • The birth of new animals
  • Gardening
  • New landscaping projects
  • First buds and flowers
  • Little league baseball
  • Opening day of fishing
  • Tax Day
  • Golfing

Try to capture the renewal of the earth in your pictures. Use lots of natural light and take photos outside whenever you can. When you work on layouts use pastel or softer colors to capture the colors in your pictures and use embellishments you created.

Want free embellishments for your scrapbooking? Press or dry flowers or leaves, they can often be used as embellishments. Slip them into a resealable envelope for safe keeping.

Find more Spring scrapbooking ideas under our layout ideas. Many layouts can be used for a variety of themes.

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