Article Courtesy Scrapjazz.com: by Stacy Milford
Would you like to find ways to honor those you love that have served or are currently serving in the military? A quick search of the Scrapjazz Gallery found plenty of inspiration, whether you are creating military-themed scrapbook pages for our past heroes or a current hero. Just take a look:
- WWII (left) by Lauri D-What an amazing heritage layout honoring Lauri’s grandfather! I love that she included a scan of the back of the photo, showing how her grandfather listed the names of the men who served with him.
- Our Country Called…And We Were Proud by TatesMommy-Here’s a very cool digital layout created for a friend. I especially like the black-and-white photo as the focus on this layout. Be sure to read the story behind the layout!
- 1st Homecoming by Ray-Although this layout doesn’t follow the traditional colors expected for a military layout, the subject will be familiar to many: reuniting with loved ones!
- legacy by Jen E.-What a fabulous idea – documenting a connection to the past! Jen E. did a great job on this layout and her journaling is perfect.
- Saying Goodbye by Neugei-Although saying goodbye is never easy, especially with young children involved, making the effort to document the occasion resulted in this beautiful layout.
- BT/AIT Graduation Page 2 by Mrs PaulyD-Wow! This layout uses seven photos! I love the subtle use of Americana-themed papers on this layout, documenting a milestone in a military career.
- HMM 266 by Mommie of Three-Brotherhood is another important aspect of the military and is perfectly captured in this layout. The bold title along the left side of this layout reinforces that bond!
- Wedding 3 by Ray-This is a gorgeous layout capturing a military wedding! I love the matting and framing of the photos featured in this layout…and there is just something about a man in uniform!
- In The Navy by Daisymeh-Clean and crisp, this heritage layout features the traditional red, white and blue with amazing design.
- Arlington Cemetery by dcl24-A beautiful two-page layout captures a visit to the resting place of many American heroes. Not much journaling is needed, as the photos tell the story. Thank you to the many who have made the ultimate sacrifice.