For the past year I have been keeping a scrap book of all of my memories as I have always loved collecting photos/items wherever I go and thought that this would make the best use out of them all and it’s also a lovely way to look back old memories!
Printiki kindly got in contact with me and offered me a code so that I could use their site to print off some pictures for my scrap book which was so kind of them! Their products are all really affordable, the website is so easy to use and I love how you can customise almost anything so it is exactly how you want it!
As you may know if you follow me on social media, I have recently finished my a level exams and haven’t stopped ever since. I’ve been lucky enough to attend Radio 1’s Biggest Weekend, Beyoncé and Jay Z’s tour, Ed Sheeran on tour and have also had some lovely days out which held great memories. I knew that I wanted to dedicate pages of my scrap book to these memories and Printiki gave me a great opportunity too.
I have always loved how Polaroid pictures looked so knew I had to go with their medium sized photos with the white boarder, when the photos came I was amazed with the quality and couldn’t wait to start putting it all together on the pages.
I bought an A4 black paged scrap book from Amazon quite a while ago and they still have many similar options which are very affordable. As the pages are black, I tend to use a white biro/gel pen to write on the pages and I love how this looks. Having the writing also allows you to add little details which you may not have remembered otherwise.
Below are some of my favourite pages of my scrap book for 2018 so far, all of the pictures shown are printed through Printiki:
I am so pleased with how all of these pages have turned out and can’t wait to use Printiki again in the future to print more of my favourite photos. I definitely recommend checking them out as they have so many options!
Thank you to Printiki for getting in contact with me, I’ve loved working with you! Click here to view their website.
Thank you so much for reading! I hope this post has given you some inspiration to start making your own scrap book, its so therapeutic to do and is a great way of looking back on your memories! If you’d like to follow me on Instagram or Twitter, you can find me at @bethxkate.