Nature Scrapbook

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Hannah and I started a new project tonight! I had been trying to figure out a way to keep the pictures of nature we have seen together. Well, I love to scrapbook, so this seemed like a wonderful idea to me! Scrapbooking our nature pictures! The pictures we are using are pictures we have taken ourselves on our nature walks, so these are things we see in our own neighborhood and area.

I had some of our recent nature pictures printed off and have been waiting to find a good way to use them. I thought a scrapbook would be a neat way for us to look at them and remember what we have seen and learned. We stuck the pictures in, added stickers and I had Hannah write in the names of the flowers we have found thus far. Hannah LOVED doing this with me! I might just have me a new scrapbooking partner!

We will divide the pages into different sections. So far we have a flower section and an insect section.



 

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Comments

  1. I loved this post when I first saw it. Now, just seeing those pretty flowers puts me in the mood for spring! :o)

  2. What a fabulous idea! I must try to remember to take my camera out more often. If we did this throughout the year it would make a wonderful keepsake. Thanks for sharing this.

  3. This has been one of my favorite projects over the last years. I have several nature scrapbooks and they are such a great way to record your memories.

    Thanks for sharing a great idea. Would it be okay if I link to this in my upcoming nature journal post? I would love to share this idea.

    Barb-Harmony Art Mom

  4. Brilliant! So simple and yet so profound. :D

  5. Great idea! I love it. I bet my daughter might like to this on her own as well!

  6. What a simple but brilliant idea! Now just to find the time to do it too lol!!!

    Thanks for sharing your inspiration!

  7. What a WONDERFUL gift of wonder and curiosity you are sharing with your child.

    Hurrah!

    Blessings to you all,

    Sharon
    sharonlovejoy.blogspot.com

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