Since I began my first album in the 9th grade, I'm working backwards and scrapbooking my childhood. First stop: middle school.
There was a lot of phone talking with massive cordless phones. We had VHSes and CDs. Hunter green was in. Instant messages started taking off. I loved plaid and hippy things (yay, plaid!) and began experimenting with clothing by getting my mom to make me empire-waist dresses to my specifications. I did a lot of musical theater. My 11 years of dance experience--yes, 11--were finally handy. My mom, totally oblivious to my age, was still buying me dolls, and I displayed them for fear of her retribution. Ha! Nah, she's not that scary. Dolls though?Seriously? I was 13! I didn't even like dolls at 4!
So middle school it is! I kind of like going through my old pictures. (shocking, I know) But it's like I'm making my own yearbook with the people I like! And I can cut out all the bad photos I want! I'm not going to because let's face it--none of us were our best in middle school, so whatever: I was who I was! More to come!
(the two pages above to come)
background paper=tutu pink by Bazzill Basics Paper
floral paper = fresco by june bug (Basic Grey 2009, re-stocking soon)
glitter paper = pink damask by Recollections
stickers = eight grade by soft spoken/me and my big ideas
+ glitter tape + glitter paper + scrap paper + old string