This post is brought to you from Martha Bonneau from MugsyBoo.
Even though I have had a Pinterest board of summer bucket list ideas for the past few years, this is the first year that I have actually put a list of activities together for our family to try and complete this summer. Initially the task of completing our bucket list seemed daunting, but I am happy to report we have crossed more than half the items off our list!
As a papercrafter, I have been looking for ideas on how to best preserve these memories. Do I scrapbook each event, do I create a mini book, or do I create a pocket page style album? The most ambitious way to document your summer would be to create a layout for each item on your list, but if time is at a premium, you could create a mini or pocket page album. From making s’mores to going to see fireworks, we have rounded up lots of inspiration to get you motivated!
Summer Bucket List Album Ideas
I love the idea of compiling your bucket list on a single layout like Jennifer did. Mini albums are a creative way to preserve your summer memories. These papercrafters show us how to create a pre-made summer bucket list album that can be filled with pictures at the end of summer…or fall or winter if time slips away from you!
More Summer Bucket List Ideas
Scrapbook albums with pocket-style pages have become a popular way to document your memories. These albums come in a variety of sizes like this 4×4 example by Lisa and this traditional 12×12 by Michelle. Your Bucket List doesn’t even have to be documented in an album; these papercrafters have thought outside the album when it came to creating their lists.
Do you have a summer bucket list? If so, what is on it?