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 […]
My absolute favorite month of the year is December, so it makes sense to create a December album to help me remember all the wonderful details of the holidays. But December can be one of the busiest times of the year as well, so I have a few strategies to share for creating your December album!
Join Mandy (Turquoise Avenue) as she shares her two page spread using the Pause collection. I love the rich hues, and softer pops of pink through-out her pages.
Feel free to follow Theresa Moxley (Larkindesign) on her journey in her Disney Project Life album each week! To look back on all of Theresa’s Project Life / Project Mouse layouts, find my other posts here. Here is a look at the full layout. Today I am sharing my next layout in my Disney Project […]
Be inspired to create clustering on your cards with both digital and traditional elements. It’s often done with 12 x 12″ scrapboooking, but you can easily bring this technique to your 3×4″ or 4×6″ pockets as well.
We are heading into Disney’s TOMORROWLAND!! Take a look at Theresa Moxley’s hybrid scrapbooking process in her Disney Project Life album of documenting Tomorrowland and Buzz Lightyear.
Hey everyone, it’s Amy Challis here sharing a 12×12 pocket spread I created using this month’s featured products, Chesterfield Kit and Journal Cards. Although we’re now in October, I confess that I’m still scrapping our photographs from July and August. How shocking! Well, not really. We’ve all been there (please say it’s not only me!). […]
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.
Time to head into Disney’s TOMORROWLAND!! Take a look at Theresa Moxley’s hybrid scrapbooking process in my Disney Project Life album of documenting Tomorrowland.