Fab Five for April 26, 2011

Jennifer Wilson

I’m your guide here at Simple Scrapper. Our community helps people find what fills you up and fits your life in memory keeping.

April 26, 2011

I so love browsing galleries and seeing all the amazing works of art created by the scrapbooking community! In this edition of Fab Five, I have five pages celebrating the love and relationships between sisters.

1. United We Stand by Lisa Swift – Make sure to tell the hard stories, of how sisters come together in times of trial.

2. Sugar and Spice by jenn7 – Try comparing photos of two siblings at the same age and telling the story of that age.

3. Sweet Sister by cindys732003 – Use vibrant scrapbook supplies to tell the story about a colorful relationship.

4. sister by misfitinmn – Use first person, like writing a letter, for the most natural way to capture emotion.

5. My Sister by Gennifer – As a parent, share your own sibling stories with your children.

Have you scrapbooked about sisters? Share a story or a link in the comments.

You May Also Like…

Simple Tip Saturday with Jennifer Larson

As part of our Simple Tip Saturday series this year, I'm inviting fresh voices into the mix. Today we're hearing from Simple Scrapper team member Jennifer Larson with her simple tip. What is one way you simplify scrapbooking? I use formulas for...

Scrapbooking the Holidays with a Simple Photo Album

This year I wasn't going to do any holiday scrapbooking. Maybe a layout after the fact, but I had it in my mind to simplify to the extreme. After doing December Daily™ for three years in a row (see 2011, 2012) and having a big year, I felt I needed...


  1. Nat

    Yup, although I don’t have a link because it’s a layout I did WAY back in high school. One of the fun parts is that we were shopping at Costco and decided to stick our hands in one of the color copiers on display. We took the copy/picture and wrote some notes on it to each other and I put it on our sisters page.


Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.