It’s baseball season y’all! I’m still sitting over here in kind-of-actually-sunny London but my social media feeds are abuzz in baseball. I’m also finding myself trying to explain the appeal of baseball to my British coworkers.
Side note – I’m amused when the page I have to blog about actually comes up at the right time of the year to show it. I’m not a seasonal scrapbooker, as you know.
The Story: Cataloging the Giants games Mr. P and I went to in 2007. This includes the always-important magnet schedule (learn about how I use magnets in scrapbooks here).
Number 750 / Lift-Up Tickets: Just by chance, we ended up at the game where Barry Bonds hit his 750th home run. We took our tickets to the Giants Dugout Store to get a special pin a few days later and they stamped the back of the tickets. I wanted to show the stamp and didn’t want to glue down either side of the tickets. I hinged them just by gluing a strip at the top so they lift up.
Lots of Tickets: I love using tickets in my scrapbooks. Want some tips about how to include them in your layouts? I did a roundup of all sorts of examples here.
Fonts: Klinic Slab | Tools: Silhouette SD (headline), Epson Stylus R2000 (photos) | Supplies: Pioneer SJ-100 Jumbo Scrapbook (scrapbook & pages), Epson Semigloss Photo Paper (photos) | Ephemera Included: baseball tickets, baseball magnet schedule.