Scrapbook Layout: Giants Games

San Francisco Giants Baseball Scrapbook Layout by Natalie ParkerSan Francisco Giants Baseball Scrapbook Layout by Natalie ParkerSan Francisco Giants Baseball Scrapbook Layout by Natalie ParkerSan Francisco Giants Baseball Scrapbook Layout by Natalie ParkerSan Francisco Giants Baseball Scrapbook Layout by Natalie Parker

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.

Previously: 2004 Baseball Layouts, 2005 Baseball Layouts, 2006 Baseball Layout

Got enough baseball yet?  No?  See: New York Trip/Yankee Game Layout, New York Trip/Baseball Hall of Fame Layouts.

San Francisco Giants Baseball Scrapbook Layout by Natalie ParkerSan Francisco Giants Baseball Scrapbook Layout by Natalie Parker

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.

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