Friday, June 26, 2015
All month, I've been giving you tips on how to be creative and work with My Crush albums for a variety of reasons and types of memory keeping.  I've been keeping a My Crush album to document the things that make me happy and hope to continue adding to it all year long.

But as I've mentioned before, I've also been working on a My Crush album to complement my traditional scrapbooking for our recent trip to Hawaii.  The album was given to me, and already partially embellished by my amazing Secret Sister Denise.  And here are some ways that I've filled in the pages ....

I started working on this album during a slow period at a vendor show I was working.  My Crush is awesome because you can craft anywhere, even on the go.

Postcards and room cards fit perfectly -- use a Flip Flap as a pocket to keep them safe.

You don't have to only use photos -- keep all kinds of memorabilia together and ready for you to look back on in the future.

Put your heart on the page -- or feel free to leave it blank.  I love this spread of my hubby and I -- I got to share the joy I felt when sharing this trip with him.  But the second page just said exactly what I wanted, so why clutter it up?

I can't wait to keep working on this book, reliving our trip and capturing the memories that might not fit in my traditional scrapbooking layouts.


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