Hello Lovelies, Today I will show you how to make Cut Files Out of Digital Elements. This way you will be able to create individual and creative pages. On this page, I needed a title page for my December Daily Album. For this project I decided to play around with the “Outline Alphabet” alpha, and […]
It’s Theresa (of LarkinDesign) here to share a recap of my December album. One thing that allows me to successfully complete a December Daily album is by “PRE-creating” as much of the album as possible. I created my foundation pages back in November, you can read more about here and here. Then when December came all I had to do is add photos and journaling. Are you ready to see how the album turned out?!
Travel Journals are all the rage! But did you know how EASY it is to create a custom travel journal all of your own? Today I will show you how to create a simple and easy travel journal. All it takes is a few digital pattern papers and a few elements to embellish your travel journal. Here are three (3) different Travel Journals I created using with the Simplify collection.
Have you ever tried considering incorporating text into the DESIGN of your page? When you think about it, text is such a large component of scrapbooking! Most of us immediately think, text = journaling and I hate journaling! Well for all you journaling-haters out there, check out how Jen uses text for a really fun look in her Project Life page!
I have to say how much I love Gratitude albums. The part where you are taking the time to really focus on the things you are grateful for in life. Check out this album by Lori (lcpereyra) focusing on things that she is grateful for. This project and the color palatte of the Memory Pocket Monthly (MPM): GATHER collection was perfect for this project!
One of my creative team members, Elisa Hubbard (EHStudios) recently started documenting her scrapbooking process… and I was just enthralled with watching someone else scrapbook. It’s like scrapping with a friend, and getting to watch their skills over their shoulder. So I decide to share with you all!! Please feel free to follow along with […]
In most layouts or Project Life spreads, journal cards are mainly used as a filler or for journaling. But that doesn’t have to be the case!! You can use journal cards in a variety of ways, one of my personal favorite methods is to use them as photo mats or frame my photos. Check out a few tips on HOW-TO use them…
Check out this AMAZING Project Life / pocket spread of Cristina’s amazing trip of a lifetime and how she document it! ! I love what she did with the map and showing off the places she visited!
While most of us have “good cameras”. So many of us rely on our phones for most of our photos, because having a camera in my pocket is so much more convenient. BUT… just because you use a phone does not mean you can’t have good photos too. A little thought for light and angles, and light editing makes all the difference between a “snapshot” and a good photo.