Speed Scrapping Challenge

Most scrapbookers that I know have resigned themselves to the fact that we are destined to always fall behind on our scrapping.  It’s true…life gets busy and finding time to do the memory-keeping is not as important as actually making the memories.  It always bug me when I get behind though.  I feel like theContinue reading “Speed Scrapping Challenge”

“Heart At Rest” Journal Set-Up

It’s a new month which means a new devotional kit from By The Well 4 God. And, like so many other kits, the timing of this theme is absolutely perfect. As the frenzy of fall activities really sets in with the holidays on the horizon, what better idea to focus on than the peace andContinue reading ““Heart At Rest” Journal Set-Up”

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”

Using Digital Files in Art Journaling

I have admired art journalers for a long time.  Last year I began obsessively watching Jane Davenport, and then discovered Let’s Get Inkie, followed by a recent binge of Ali Brown (thanks Illustrated Faith!).  I loved seeing the creativity spilling onto these ladies’ fabulous pages, but felt like it was far out of my reach.Continue reading “Using Digital Files in Art Journaling”

Picky about Printables

When I first started seriously scrapbooking in college, I never really understood why people would use printables.  Printers in my college days did not print with the same quality that they do now, and I never understood why I would want to use a cheaply printed paper image in my crafting.  Fast forward to today,Continue reading “Picky about Printables”

Words Matter Art Journal Process

The beginning of a new year (and a new blog!) has me taking a second look at some of the craft items I keep in my crafty space.  Not that I am going all “Marie Kondo” on my craft space, but I realize that the quantity of some items keeps me from really finding whatContinue reading “Words Matter Art Journal Process”

Simple Stamping for “A Little Me Time”

I feel like every crafty person goes through similar struggles during a typical work week. Whether you are a mom who stays home with little ones all day or someone who works, when evening time hits you are probably drained.  I know I am!  Chasing after twin 4 year olds, helping with 2nd grade homework,Continue reading “Simple Stamping for “A Little Me Time””

Top 5 Tips for Layering

When I started scrapbooking back in college, it was all about cleanly mounted photos and cutesy stickers (not to mention all the perfectly themed paper that went with every occasion). In fact, I am pretty sure I took a trip to the zoo simply because I had already discovered the cutest zoo paper and wantedContinue reading “Top 5 Tips for Layering”