Holding Onto the Memories…

Memories are so important. Our experiences make us who we are and affect every part of our lives. I cherish memories. I’m a sentimental gal. And that’s why I scrapbook. I don’t want to forget the special moments¬† in my life.

When I look back at what I scrapbook, my most cherished memories aren’t the events but the people that make them special. Without loved ones in my life, it would be a very barren and lonely place.

Today’s layout is about my sweet mother. There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t miss her. I carry her memory and all that she taught me close in my heart.

Today’s layout combines so many of my favorite things for a Lily Bee Design/Maya Road blog hop. I think it’s a perfect product pairing, don’t you? Stop by Lily Bee for the sketch challenge this layout was based on and some fabulous inspiration.¬† The Maya Road designers are also hopping along with us so be sure to check out their wonderful projects here.

The Maya Road flower is misted for a hit of color.

The Lily Bee ABC stickers have EIGHT different colors of type on each sheet. Perfect for highlighting a word in your sentiment. The little Maya Road chipboard heart is stamped with the gingham heart from the Head Over Heels stamp set.

I was so super excited to find that the Lily Bee banner stickers are perfectly proportionate to fit on the Maya Road chipboard. Fun!

7 responses to “Holding Onto the Memories…

  1. This is a beautiful layout, Julia. I love the all the bright splashes of colour, the playful embellishments and the way everything is tightly grouped together.

    A fitting tribute to a beloved mum.

  2. Love the mini spool with the stick pin!

  3. This is so sweet, Julia. Love the flowers, especially the one with the pin and spool. Hugs!

  4. This is awesome, I really like the the whole creative thing that is there in the scrapbook.

  5. Gorgeous!!!

  6. Love the Maya Rose and the buttons and lace. It’s a good tribute to your mom.

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