December Daily© – Let’s Get Started!

December Daily© is a project created by Ali Edwards many years ago that is a daily documenting project for the month of December.  There are no real rules…some people go from December 1st through Christmas, others document from Thanksgiving to Christmas, while others document for all 31 days of December.  The idea is to recordContinue reading “December Daily© – Let’s Get Started!”

“Book Love” Traveler’s Notebook Process

If you have followed me for long, you know that I am constantly lamenting the fact that I am behind on my memory keeping.  I am a paper-lover that wants to play with the seasonal supplies within that season!  So, I gave myself permission to skip ahead.  There are no rules to memory-keeping, only theContinue reading ““Book Love” Traveler’s Notebook Process”

Creating “Memory Dex” Cards Using Scraps

  Have you heard of the Memory Dex craze that is taking over the Bible Journaling world? At least it feels like that when you take a few minutes to cruise through Instagram!  Heidi Swapp created cute Rolodex boxes that she called Memorydex boxes.  The idea is that you could design these small cards inContinue reading “Creating “Memory Dex” Cards Using Scraps”

“You Light Up the Sky” Traveler’s Notebook Process

Am I the only one playing catch up on documenting this past summer?  With the kids home all summer long, I’ll be honest, not a lot of scrapping happened.  That’s okay though,  I am slowly getting caught up, and it is nice to reflect back on the fun times we had this summer!  Check outContinue reading ““You Light Up the Sky” Traveler’s Notebook Process”

Creating Pockets for Your Traveler’s Notebook

Pockets, pockets, pockets!  I am loving this trend of creating interactive elements in travelers notebooks and pretty much any paper crafting project.  It captures the essence of why we create our crafts in the first place.  They are meant to be used, interacted with, and appreciated.  I love creating pockets in my TNs because IContinue reading “Creating Pockets for Your Traveler’s Notebook”