Creators from all over the world are taking on the challenge to create a small piece for a larger project each day for 100 days.
Using the February Scrapbooking Store kit, I created three beautiful layouts using a free cutfile made by Katie Kinnamon (@catharticscrapper) to cut the pink wood grain patterned paper and used all three parts of it on three separate layouts. Katie's Free Cut File For the first layout, she used the outline of the heart and backed each… Continue reading Vintage Inspiration ~ 3 Layouts from 1 Cut File
I am teaching my daughter to scrap along beside me. We've both taken a very different view on the same sketch. #scrapbooking
December Daily 2018 complete! Love this project documenting our Christmas activities. #scrapbooking
I was introduced to Smashbooking on a fluke! While researching a scrapbooking alternative to traveler's notebooks (I wanted a slightly larger size), I came across a Smashbook. This spiral bound junk journal style notebook really caught my eye! There are a lot of different styles and designs, so I just purchased the pink one because...it's… Continue reading What is Smashbooking?
Fun with Distress Oxides ~ Tips & Techniques: 4 weeks of tips and techniques using Distress Oxides. #scrapbooking
Join us for Scraplift Sunday ~ New Series! #scrapbooking
This project introduces a much smaller format of scrapbooking, the traveler's notebook. I'm using the standard size traveler's notebook that accompanied the Felicity Jane kit for this class, it measures 8 1/4" x 4 1/4", so I make my layout on two 8"x4" pieces of paper and then tape them into the book. I find… Continue reading Lesson 6 – Traveler’s Notebook Layouts
This project introduces pocket pages, another style of scrapbooking that allows you to include a lot of photos! In this page, I show you how to tell a story, using the order you put your photos in the pockets. This is a great option for larger events, like holidays or birthdays. Be sure to leave… Continue reading Lesson 5 – Pocket Pages
In this project, I'm focusing on creating the appearance of movement on the layout. By placing my clusters of embellishments and title in a diagonal flow from one side to the other, it guides the eye through the layout. This ensures that the small details are not overlooked and that the photo commands the focus. … Continue reading Lesson 4 ~ Creating Movement