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When it comes to Scrapbook Ideas for Different Events, retirement is among the most significant events we need to scrapbook in our life. A retirement scrapbook album can sometimes help with making the transition into retirement. Professional Relationship scrapbooking pages helps you (or a loved one) look back on the best memories of your long career and professional relationships.
But with so many events, memories made, and special people you'd want to share on your scrapbook, it's hard to put together a theme or even which information you're going to include. Today, let's talk about your long career and how to put that on your retirement scrapbook page. Join me and boost your retirement scrapbook ideas with this stunning layout.
For my scrapbook layout today, I wanted to make a play on zentangle with an accountancy vibe accompanied by a play with numbers. Being a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), I worked with crunching numbers and working papers. I utilized a working paper pattern paper as my background for my layout with chipboard numbers as embellishments for an overall accountancy vibe for my retirement scrapbook pages.
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I created a bulletin board image on my layout with logos of companies I've worked for, instead of a corkboard with post-it-notes. I love business to financial modeling in my work as a CPA, aside from accounting entries that I made use of colorful flowchart call-out symbols to indicate my position and months to years spent for each company worked for.
My retirement page is a summary of my years working as an accounting professional. To denote an office vibe, I worked with staple wires aside from regular adhesives in putting together my retirement scrap book page.
The technique of using zentangle (in color and in black & white) on your scrapbook is to show a little bit of artistry amidst all the office vibes of my layout. I hope you'll enjoy my written tutorial of a retirement page and get inspired in getting more scrapbook ideas for your retirement album
Wait! Now That You Have A Theme For Your Layout, Then You'll Need To Know What Techniques To Use....Let Me Show You...
♥How to START and FINISH a layout to perfection (so no more pushing things around on a page for hours and hours).
♥How to get your creative juices flowing again so you'll NEVER experience scrappers block again!
♥How to always have the perfect scrapbook layout for every occasion!
1. Prepare your pattern paper by trimming the unwanted portion with your scissors.
2. Staple 2 pattern papers together with the front slightly skewed.
3. Print a collage of company logos you've worked for together with a photo of you / retiree. Line with a pencil along the border of the whole collage and inside, around each logo comprising the collage.
4. Prepare your coloring pens. Color outside the border of your collage in border stripes.