It's that time again - in the U.S., children everywhere are starting school or counting down their last days of summer freedom. And as they head off to school with their new backpacks and stories of "what I did this summer," we moms are rejoicing at the few hours of quiet and sanity that has returned to our homes. Or maybe we are trying not to cry as our little one starts their very first day of school. Either way - at Practical Scrappers, it means we are digging out our school-themed papers, printing out our Instagram photos, and showing off our Back-to-School layouts, like these:
Practical Scrapper Wendi Robinson used an older Crate Paper school line on this page of her son.
Practical Scrapper Becci used her crafty supplies to make these back-to-school gifts.
Practical Scrapper Mary Pat has a pocket layout to hold all the important papers from 2nd Grade.
Practical Scrapper Nicole Laha stamped these back to school images on patterned paper and layered them onto the front of her card.
Practical Scrapper Julie used an alphabetic letter mask from Kesi'Art and paper reinforcements to go with the theme.
Practical Scrapper Lanette used her scrappy scraps and old stickers from her stash to make this fun school days layout.
Practical Scrapper Malika used Chic Tags new Schoolhouse line to create this first day of school layout.
Practical Scrapper Lisa Peeples used an old Bo Bunny line and some cork board stickers to scrap her son's fifth grade photos.
Practical Scrapper Krissy Clark McKee used Crate Paper's Portrait Collection for this layout that has a hidden journaling card containing a quiz of her 8th Grader's current favorites.