Learn With Me

Just sharing a digital pocket layout today that I made using a bunch of products available over at The Lilypad.

I think you guys have seen these images before, but they're some of my very favorite of Austin. I love that I captured him putting pieces into a puzzle and being so proud of himself when he was able to complete it. I also love the colors and softness of these images. They're so special to me.

This weekend, the newest Memory Pockets Monthly collaboration is up. It's called Composition, and it's really fun. Amber LaBau has a pocket card add-on you can find here. I used several of the cards in the layout above. The cards are school themed, but as you can see, several of them are versatile and can be used on any type of layout. I mixed the cards with some papers and elements from Amber's kit My Happy Place and the March MPM kit, Charmed. The template I used is from a pack I purchased this week from Amy Martin, called Project Grids 5. I am always looking for fun new pocket templates to mix up my pages, and I love the messy stitching on these.

Such a fun page to work on. I really love being able to go back to some of my older images and making special pages about them. I was doing Project Life those years, so I do have them scrapped, but it is nice to sometimes dedicate a full layout to something like this.

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