This scrapbooking idea is to create a layout all about the stuff in your bedroom. In its current state. If you desire, you could put it on its best behavior. ;-)
After the “Things In My Bag” scrapbook idea we did back in late January, I thought why not do a layout about things in your bedroom?
Are you a total neat freak and have to have everything organized and super tidy? Then you’ll have a very neat bedroom to capture a few photos of.
Even if your bedroom is in a big mess and jam-packed with your collection of stuff, don’t shun away from this idea. Why not reflect the true state of your bedroom in a layout? It shows a bedroom with character.
You might be living in this bedroom for only a couple of months, perhaps years or for the rest of your life. Whatever the time duration, create a layout that you can look back on in years down the road. Something or many things are bound to have changed since then…
Ok, my bedroom remained about the same, except for minor changes here and there over the last four years. This month, I’m updating my bedroom. I have several new additions to my bedroom and guess what, I forgot to take a picture of my bedroom in its “before” state.
So these photos are the updated ones of my bedroom. At least I’ve done it and when I am to move away from this place in the future, I could look to this layout to see my “old bedroom” in its living, breathing state.
Have fun and enjoy! :-)
Supplies used: Cardstocks – Bazzill Basics and The Paper Company; Black pen – UniBall Signo UMN207, Zig Memory System “Millennium”, Uni Pin Fine Line; White pen – UniBall Signo Broad; Buttons – Autumn Leaves “Foof-a-la”; Red pen – Zig Memory System “Fine & Chisel”; Paperdoll – inspired by Elsie Flannigan; Corner rounder; Sketch: 500 Scrapbooking Sketches No.149.