I’ve added some lyrics to summer and autumn layouts, ending on Halloween. Last night I completed October 2019 of Happiness Box 2019’s scrapbook and either this weekend or Monday I’ll start November.
Let me share with you the layouts where I’ve used music. I hope you enjoy and can groove along with my scrapbook journey.
(This video plays both O Canada and Star Spangled Banner… see below)
(it’s not specified, but I thought of this song as I worked on this page:)
(not pictured… forgot to take a photo of it… but it was after the guilt trip:)
(I have to find a small image or a larger sticker for the top corner)
(I also have to thank the Reddit Juggalo community for their help with this layout… I asked “why do you call yourself a Juggalo” and used it for this page)
I also sent Tyler this layout. Tyler became my date for this and while we don’t keep in touch every day, it’s nice when I do hear from him.
Yes, I think in music and adding lyrics to my Happiness Box journal layouts have been fun. When I’m finished with November and December, I’ll post those layouts too!
Scrapbooking has brought me joy over this quarantine. I’m an introvert at heart and creating is my favourite thing. I might start adding some music to Happiness Box 2020. 🙂
Have a musical Friday!
2 thoughts on “Musical Happiness Box Scrapbook Pages (Part II)”
Hi, Jessica Marie!
Wow, I enjoyed this mega-post, dear friend! From years of doing my own scrapbooking plus compositions and layouts on other types of projects such as television commercials, band promos and music videos, I have a strong sense of the satisfaction you experienced as you assembled and completed these layouts. They are excellent. I like how you added lyrics to some of your favorite anthems along with pictures of places you visited and related notes and letters. I love the variety of fonts, colors and layout schemes. You are an artist. I also enjoyed watching these videos. Although most are new to me, the genres they represent are not. As you know I was big time into hardcore rap a few years ago. I especially enjoyed “Homies,” the two vids by Yungblood, Korn, “Tats On My Neck,” Curve, Tool and Dope (the latter a cover you introduced me to several months ago). Last but not least, I liked “Misty Mae” by your friend Jac. My favorite page, the one that interests me most, is the one that asks the question “Why do I call myself a Juggalo?” You got some good responses.
I remember almost every one of these special events in your life. Thanks to all your hard work (or should I say play?) you will always remember them, too.
Have a safe and happy weekend, dear friend JM!
What a great hobby! I’ve never taken to it. I suppose I blog instead. But you do both!
You’re much better about taking photos than I am. That helps.