Earlier in the month, I shared some ideas for some summer scrapbooking pages. As the school holidays begin, or for me, rapidly approach, I thought that it would be a good time to think about what we would all like to do during the next few weeks off school/work.
* Bucket List – Summer 2012 *
I began by devising a few simple questions to ask the children about what they’d like to do during the next few weeks:
Places to go
Activities to do
Food to eat/make
People to visit/play with
Things to watch
I typed their answers into MS Word and printed onto some patterned paper.
I also created my own list of places to go and things to do as a reminder when we’re stuck for ideas.
These provided three 6×4 inserts for a divided 12×12 page. The remaining three slots were used for title information and some decoration:
The whole page spread looks like this:
Using the divided page protectors means that once the holidays are over, I can rearrange the inserts and add in details of what we actually did and include some photos too to make a double page spread of pockets to tell the story of our Summer 2012.