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Using Color in your Project Life Layouts

Today is about documenting layouts to pop the COLOR in life! Sometimes life gets more full of color, and our photos represent it. Our family went on a small vacation to Legoland, so of course, my photos ended up having more color than our usual everyday life. I love the Celebrate Journal Cards to document this moment, with its bright colors and sweet sentiments, perfect for both big events or just everyday moments.

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Watch Me Scrap: Week #2 – Candace Perkins

Candace here to share my Week #2 spread of Project Life. For week #2 I combined digital word art on the photos with journal cards to create consistency and repetition across the spread. Come watch me scrap…

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An Easy Way to Capture Your Current Interests + FREEBIE

Hello, and happy new year!  Candace back with you today to share a yearly family memory keeping tradition.  At the beginning of every year I like to document where my kids are in life.  I like to record their interests and favorite foods along with a photo and a hand print.  I love that years […]

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Create More Dimension on Your Hybrid Scrapbooking Pages

Hello, Candace here today to share a tip on adding dimension to your hybrid spreads.  Over the past few years, hybrid scrapbooking has really taken off.  I love the combination of digital elements, along with physical elements.  One of the reasons that I like to mix mediums is because I love to have texture and […]

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Project Life Inspiration: A Clear See-Through Pocket

Project Life Inspiration: A Clear See-through Pocket | Sahlin Studio

Try using one of your 3×4″ or 4×6″ pockets to create a “see-through” or clear pocket design. It looks SO beautiful and adds such a neat dimension to your page.

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Candace Perkins – Washington DC Stories

Candace Perkins Washington D.C. Project Life spread | using Project Mouse America by Sahlin Studio

Check out our newest Creative Team member, Candace as she documents her family’s recent trip to Washington D.C. Also, she is sharing a fun tip on how to get a little creative with journaling, by using a tab to act as a pull for a hidden journal card.

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