Remember Those Who Served with this Veteran’s Day Scrapbook Layout

Veteran’s Day is an incredibly important holiday that we spend commemorating those who have served our country in the armed forces. Our day-to-day lives would be very different if it weren’t for the sacrifices they have made, and they deserve all the respect and gratitude we can offer. If you’re looking for a way to celebrate a veteran in your life, you can do so with this Veteran’s Day scrapbook layout that blog contributor Beth Beller made. Check it out!

Beth’s Inspiration:

Today we show our respect to those who have served our great country! My father-in-law served in the U.S. Navy for four years and was so proud of that time. Though we lost him 13 years ago to pancreatic cancer, I will always remember the stories he told. One thing I love that he always talked about was the good times. He wanted to spare us the details of “things we should never see and do.” His positive attitude is what made him the great man he was. 

Layout by Beth Beller – CM Independent Advisor

To create this layout, you will need:

Step 1: Adhere the Blue Cardstock to your 12×12 Refill Pages.

Step 2: Cut two borders using the Dips & Diamonds Border Maker Cartridge with Gray Cardstock. Cut them into 12″ x 1-1/2″ strips and back them with White Cardstock, as shown.

Step 3: Punch out four flags using the Banner Flag Punch to go across the top of the page for the title. Add Black Serif ABC/123 Stickers to spell “Navy” along the top of the right side of the layout.

Step 4: Use Red Cardstock to mat your photos and the certificate. Adhere them all to the layout.

Step 5: Embellish and journal as desired using the Silver Metallic Dual-Tip Pen.

This Veteran’s Day scrapbook layout is a simple way to both observe the holiday and put a spotlight on a service member in your life. How do you credit and acknowledge those who have served? Let us know in the comments below!

2 thoughts on “Remember Those Who Served with this Veteran’s Day Scrapbook Layout

  1. very nice! I really like your use of current products & keeping the pages simple. I have made pages honoring my grandfather who was a WWII Army veteran as well as pages for my 2 sons who are active duty Marines currently serving.

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