I was skimming through my digital kits this week, looking for inspiration for more pregnancy pages, I stumbled again upon the Project Mouse “Beginnings” Bundle. With it’s soft colours and dreamy feel, it seemed like the perfect fit! Pastel colours? Check! White, grey and gold to complement my photos? Check! A little sparkle? Check! I first used the kit to document my trip to Disneyland Paris back in December and had fallen in love with it then. But could I use a Project Mouse kit to document a non-Disney story? Absolutely!
Coming back to scrapbooking after a break is really hard, particularly if you’re a pocket scrapper who arranges their photos chronologically or creates weekly pages. The amount you have to catch up on can feel overwhelming when you fall even a couple of months behind. You find yourself asking, ‘How am I ever going to get up to date?’
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.
Now call me a big kid, but I can’t think of any place I’d rather be than Disneyland. Whilst our stay feels like a lifetime ago now, I’m enjoying reliving our Disney adventure as I start to print and scrap our pictures in my Project Life album. These are days that I want to remember forever and thankfully the Project Mouse ‘Classic’ and Project Mouse ‘Ice’ bundles had me covered as I started the mammoth task of documenting our holiday.
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…
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 […]
Jessica Upton here to share my Week 6 of my project life album. Today, I am going to focus on a few tips to help you tell more of your stories. One of the main reasons we document is to tell stories… Stories of what happened in the week, stories of what “he said”, stories […]
Amy here, sharing two pocket pages using the Kindred collection. The colours and phrases in Kindred are perfect for telling autumn / fall stories of chilly mornings snuggled under blankets and carving pumpkins.
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 […]