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Inspiration: From Pinterest to Page

Spring-collageI love browsing Pinterest. Just gazing at all the gorgeous pictures makes me feel crafty and creative. Plus, I like to feel trendy - who doesn't?! Sometimes it can be hard to translate fashion and home decor trends to a scrapbook page, though. I've gathered some recent popular pin-inspiration along with ideas for translating these […]

Project Life Series: Wrap-up

Project Life for the digiscrapper wrap-upAll good things must come to an end, right? I hope you've enjoyed this Project Life series as much as I have. The best part about this system of pocket scrapbooking, in my opinion, is that it can truly be anything you want it to: A baby, childhood, or wedding album, a daily documentary of […]

Project Life Series: Scrappy

Project Life for the digiscrapper-scrappyThis week I hope you enjoy a peek into a "scrappier," more embellished Project Life style, as the series continues. Don’t miss the first part of the series, Project Life: The Basics, with posts on page protectors, journaling cards, and what to include/how to track it all. If scrappy isn't your thing, you might appreciate seeing Kristin's clean and […]

Project Life Series: Traditional

Project Life for the digiscrapper traditionalJournal card from Life Unscripted by The Ardent Sparrow The Project Life series continues with a peek into another scrapper's style and approach to this fun project. Don't miss the first part of the series, Project Life: The Basics, with posts on page protectors, journaling cards, and what to include/how to track it all.    […]

Project Life Series: Clean and Simple

Project-Life-for-the-digiscrapper-clean-and-simpleJournal card from Everyday Essentials Mega Journal Pack by Amy Jaz Today marks a turning point in my Project Life series. We've covered the basics, with posts about divided page protectors, journaling cards, and what to include/how to track it all. I appreciate all your feedback on this series, and if you haven't yet, be sure […]

Project Life Series, Part Three: What to Include and How to Keep Track

Project-Life-for-the-digiscrapper-what-to-includeIf you're already scrapbooking digital layouts, why would you want to do Project Life, too? What would you include in a Project Life album? Well, obviously that answer will vary widely from person to person, and a Project Life album can be anything you want it to be. Some have used it as a baby […]

Project Life Series, Part Two: Journal Cards

Project Life for the digiscrapper journal cardsHave you caught the Project Life bug yet? In the first post of this series, I reviewed the Project Life concept and talked about divided page protectors/templates. Today I'll cover journaling cards. At their most simple, these little cards provide a place to record the memory associated with a corresponding photo, or serve as the […]

Project Life Series, Part One: The Basics

Project-Life-for-the-digiscrapperIt's hard not to notice the Project Life concept blazing through paper, digital, and hybrid scrapbooking. Originated by Becky Higgins, it's a fabulous idea, with multiple companies now offering endless permutations on the basic theme of photos, divided page protectors, and journaling cards. I encourage you to check out Becky's web site to get an […]

Christmas Newsletters: Get Inspired

year in review photo card from mintedIt's that time of year again--holiday newsletters and greeting cards fill our mailboxes and inboxes as friends and family members rush to share the joy and happiness of the season. I love sending Christmas cards and newsletters each year and even more, I relish getting them in the mail (both snail-mail and email)! Tired of […]

Scrap Therapy: Life Isn’t All Sunshine and Flowers

tODAY I FEELInspired by my own need for some angsty, emotional scrapping lately, I thought I'd share a few ideas with you all about scrapping the gloomy, depressing, angsty, angry, emotional, moody parts of life. As scrappers it's easy to focus on the fun, the happy, the exciting events and cute things our kids say. But life […]