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Portraits with Things I’m Wearing with Jen | Nerd Nest Challenge

Today Nerd Nest Challenges Creative Team member Jen is here to share her take on May’s Nerd Nest Challenge, Portrait with Items.

I Love this month’s prompt! I think the things we surround ourselves with can say so much about our personalities, seasons of our lives, pop culture, and so much more. You can take this prompt in many different directions, but I wanted to document some of the things I wear.

Portraits with Things I'm Wearing | Nerd Nest Challenge 1

A couple of years ago, by best friend in Nashville made the comment “You sure do wear a lot of hats now!” and that has stuck in my head ever since. I took this prompt as an opportunity to show my love of hats through the years.

Journaling reads- I like big hats and I cannot lie. Ever since I moved to FL, hats have been an integral part of my wardrobe.

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I also wanted to document an extra special piece of jewelry my husband bought me for Mother’s Day.

Journaling reads- Jason surprised me with an early Mother’s Day gift, a charm necklace. It came with a bunch of tiny charms that I can switch out easily. It was a bit like putting clowns in a car, seeing how many we could fit in. I’m not a big jewlry person anymore, but this is so special and it’s so “me”. (Not too delicate and no dangly bits for me to break. I swear I’ve broken every piece of jewlry he’s ever given me, except my wedding ring) Mother’s Day is always a hard day for me and I love that he always does something to make it special. April 30, 2016

Thanks for checking out my pages about Things! The other CT’s have rocked the prompt this month, as usual. I’d love to see more examples if you’ve made a Things project, so be sure to share in the comments.

Jen Johnson is originally from Nashville, but ran away to South Florida to marry a boy she met on the Internet. She has always been a memory keeper, but never realized it until she discovered digital scrapbooking in 2009. Now she loves to document her life in SoFlo with her husband, stepson, and cat, cleverly named Miss Kitty. Her biggest scrapbook is the “All About Jen” book. She worries that might sound narcissistic, but who else is more qualified to tell her story? She loves to travel, read, eat good food, and watch bad TV. She has a blog, hclappy scraps, where she writes about digiscrapping, minimalist Project Life, (step)motherhood, and her search for that ever-elusive “healthy lifestyle” everyone talks about. She says Y’all and Yonder a lot, loves run-on sentences, and finds it a bit awkward talking about herself in third person.

Citrus Twist Freckled Fawn Kits Projects

Freckled Fawn Citrus Twist Embellishment Kit

I’m here today to share my projects with Freckled Fawn‘s June Citrus Twist kits! The embellishment kit (above) and planner kit (below). They’re basically delicious.

Freckled Fawn Citrus Twist Planner Kit

Here’s how I went about using the kits:

Market with Freckled Fawn Citrus Twist Kits | by Megan Anderson

Usually, I like to stretch my Freckled Fawn kits over lots of projects (usually at least seven!), but I was inspired when making this page to use a bit of everything from both the embellishment and planner Citrus Twist kits, plus the add-on flair (one of the many subscriber perks). What started as a minimalist idea turned into a fun embellishment sneeze and I love it.

This kit provided a fantastic way to document a farmer’s market!

Market with Freckled Fawn Citrus Twist Kits | by Megan Anderson

I was inspired by the wood tiles in the kit, so I thought I’d make a page with lots of small photos with the corners touching and have the photos and tiles fan out diagonally across the page. When I got everything all printed, however, I realized that a sort of a funky checkerboard pattern would work better, with photos in some spaces and tiles in others. The in-between spaces were great for little embellishments like transparencies and enamel dots and for my journaling.

Market with Freckled Fawn Citrus Twist Kits | by Megan Anderson

I had fun tucking embellishments into the white spaces. I started with the bigger embellishments, trying to make them feel balanced across the page, and the title, then stepped back and started filling in the smaller embellishments where gaps looked large or awkward. I filled in with the resin grapefruit, puffy stickers, and enamel dots from the planner kit (I also used some dots from the March “Shine” kit).

Market with Freckled Fawn Citrus Twist Kits | by Megan Anderson

I love that the tiles in this kit had recessed patterns, so when I colored them by rubbing ink pads on top of them, the recessed design still showed through. I made sure the ink was completely dry before adding the flair embellishments to them!

Market with Freckled Fawn Citrus Twist Kits | by Megan Anderson

This layout really lives up to the kit name “Citrus Twist”! The fruit transparencies would also be great to use to document recipes, picnics, or adorable fruit clothing. (I know my kids have some shirts that would match this kit well!)

Market with Freckled Fawn Citrus Twist Kits | by Megan Anderson

I got outside of my usual style and comfort zone for this page, which is a great thing to do to stretch your creativity. If you give yourself room to play, you may or may not love the result, but you will certainly learn something and might add a few more techniques to your go-to bag of tricks!

July Reads with Freckled Fawn Citrus Twist Kits | by Megan Anderson

Every month, I make a pocket page including photos of me with the books I’ve finished reading over the course of the month and whatever Currently cards from rukristin that I filled out. I love making repetitive pages like this, so I can see how I change over time–this can work for any hobby or interest your or a family member have!

For this page, I used embellishments from the embellishment and planner kits to jazz up this simple page!

July Reads with Freckled Fawn Citrus Twist Kits | by Megan Anderson

I started by making a title card. I made a border with Citrus Twist washi tape, then added a title with alpha stickers and a label (cut in half to frame the first word of the title). I made my title a little bit to high, so I added a strip of orange thin washi from March’s kit Shine to balance it out.

July Reads with Freckled Fawn Citrus Twist Kits | by Megan Anderson

I added a flat paperclip to add a bit of fun to my journaling. I love that these word clips work well vertically and horizontally.

July Reads with Freckled Fawn Citrus Twist Kits | by Megan Anderson

I also added a circle label sticker with a puffy sticker inside on each of the photos to tie the page together and add in a bit more color and fun to the page.

July Reads with Freckled Fawn Citrus Twist Kits | by Megan Anderson

I love how the fun summer colors in this kit added to my hobby page!

What hobbies are you documenting for the summer? How are you planning on documenting them?

Like the kit too?

Embellishment Kit: Start a subscription or buy your Citrus Twist kit here!

Planner Kit: Start a subscription or buy your Citrus Twist kit here!

I’d love to see how you use yours! Leave a link in the comments!

I’m on the Freckled Fawn Creative Team and thus receive free and discounted products.

P.S. Here’s another page I made with these kits.

Document Your Obsession with Emily | Nerd Nest Challenge

Today Nerd Nest Challenges Creative Team member Emily F. is here to share her take on May’s Nerd Nest Challenge, Portrait with Items.

Document Your Current Obsession by Emily | Nerd Nest Challenge 1

This month’s challenge is to use photos to tell a story and it is awesome! I always take photos of things that my family and I are into. Some of these things include books, video games, trucks, etc. I am currently loving my Dylusions Paints and have been using them nonstop. I have been using them in my paintings, art journal pages, and other projects. It was only right to choose these paints as my take on the challenge.

Document Your Current Obsession by Emily | Nerd Nest Challenge 2

These paints are my newest obsession. I had originally purchased just 12 of the paints and thought that I had the complete set. When I found out that there are actually 18 paints, I immediately purchased the rest and now I have the entire collection. The photo shows all 18 colors.

Document Your Current Obsession by Emily | Nerd Nest Challenge 3

The journaling says “I am LOVING my new Dylusions Paints! I have the complete set and the paints are just amazing! I love how fluid the paints are and how the colors look. It has been so much fun working on my paintings and art journal.”

As you can see, I am loving the paints and I just can’t wait to create even more projects.

Do you document the things that you and your family are currently loving?

Thank you for sharing your layout about your current obsession, Emily! That reminds me that I should probably be documenting with lots of Hamilton pages. What’s your current obsession, everyone?

Emily is a blogger and memory keeper who loves spending time with her family. She is obsessed with planners, books, and making new things. You can find Emily over at The Emi Times, on Instagram, and Pinterest.

Projects with Bloom | Freckled Fawn May 2016 Kit

Freckled Fawn Bloom May 2016 Embellishment Kit

I’ve been lagging on blogging lately, and I completely forgot to share the projects I made with the amazing Bloom kits from Freckled Fawn! These are the May kits, but Bloom Embellishment Kit (above) and Bloom Planner Kit (below) are both still available at the time of writing.

I love these nature-y kits and I’m going to have to break out some 90′s kid photos to make a few projects with the bits I have leftover. I know I had an outfit that was basically the same pattern that is on the chipboard hearts and stars–hah!

Freckled Fawn Bloom May 2016 Planner Kit

Here are the three projects I’ve made so far with the kit:

Denver Pocket Spread | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

For vacations, I like to make highlight spreads to put in my pocket scrapbooks. I usually document trips more in-depth with minibooks later, but I love having a view in my chronological albums too. Because these spreads are photo-heavy and I want them to come together quickly, the planner kit is a perfect companion. I can embellish simply with coordinated products and finish up quickly!

Denver Pocket Spread Left Side | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

I used May’s Bloom planner kit to add journaling to my spread and for a few fun touches. I started with the circle sticky notepads and added one of each to the cards I’d cut down from patterned paper so I could use them as journaling spots. Before trimming off the excess note from the first card, I used it to line up the notes on the other cards so they’d all have the same placement. This is a great way to turn your scrap patterned paper into journaling cards for pocket scrapbooking!

Denver Pocket Spread Close-Up 1 | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

Next, I used the washi tape from the kit to ground the date on my title card. Because the tape is slightly translucent and I wanted it to stand out, I used two layers.

Denver Pocket Spread Close-Up 2 | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

I added a paper clip to one card for a touch more pink.

Denver Pocket Spread Close-Up 3 | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

I still felt that the page was missing something, so I added leatherette foil leaf stickers to make a patterned background for my final card. This is my favorite part of the whole spread!

Denver Pocket Spread Right Side | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

There you have it! A simple vacation-highlight pocket page that came together quickly using the planner kit.

Game Night | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

I’m working on filling in the gaps I left in my 2015 albums, and one story I hadn’t yet told was about our efforts to play board games more often (we usually have a game night on Friday nights now). I knew I wanted to include a lot of photos and journaling, so a few clusters of embellishments were the perfect touch so they didn’t overwhelm the page.

I was inspired by this lovely page by Sasha Farina for the design of this layout.

Game Night Close-Up 1 | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

I crafted a title using the cork “play” sticker from the kit and framed it with two wood chip ferns and clusters of pearl stickers.

Game Night Close-Up 2 | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

Then I used more pearls and a label sticker from April’s Planner Kit to add the date in the lower corner.

Michigan Minibook Page 1 | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

For my third project, I turned to an in-progress 6×8 pocket minibook I’ve been working on. The books is about weekend trip to Michigan. I’ve been adding to it here and there, completing a few pages at a time in sections for the different parts of the trip. Bloom inspired me to complete one of my favorite parts of the trip–going to an aquarium and conservatory. The warm rooms and shocks of nature and color were a welcome break from a very cold and icy February weekend! The flower and fern themes in the kit were perfect.

Michigan Minibook Page 1 Close-Up | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

I first used the kit to turn a patterned filler pocket card into a journaling card, layering fern washi, a notecard from the Bloom planner kit, a wood button sticker, and a pearl sticker. I combined three circle embellishments in a group throughout these pages for a bit of cohesion.

Michigan Minibook Page 2 Close-Up | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

Michigan Minibook Page 2-1 | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

Michigan Minibook Page 2-2 | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

I made a little 6×8 page for one of my favorite 4×6 photos, including washi at the top and bottom of the page and another little three circle grouping with a wood button sticker and two pearl stickers.

Michigan Minibook Page 3 | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

For the last page in this section of the album, I knew I wanted the cork words “bloom” and “grow” to be the stars. I made a little spot for “bloom” on the full 6×8 page using another sticky note from the planner kit to create a spot for it. I used one of the fern wood chips to underline the word so it wouldn’t seem like it was floating, then made a visual triangle around the word with three sets of three pearl stickers.

Michigan Minibook Page 3 Close-Up 1 | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

Michigan Minibook Page 3 Close-Up 3 | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

I included the “grow” cork sticker in the middle of a journaling card and underlined it with washi tape. I thought that the bottom corner needed a little cork and a little blue too, so I included a circle cut from the kit pouch (my circle punch wouldn’t go all of the way through the pouch, so I used the punch to create an outline and then cut around it), a cork heart, and one more pearl sticker.

This kit definitely helped inspire me to document a wonderful memory of blooming things!

Michigan Minibook Page 3 Close-Up 2 | Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn

Like the kit too?

Get yours here: Embellishment Kit: Bloom / Planner Kit: Bloom

I’d love to see how you use yours! Leave a link in the comments!

I’m on the Freckled Fawn Creative Team and thus receive free and discounted products.

New Pocket Your Year Unit – Repetition

Repetition Unit for Pocket Your Year | Megan Anderson

Repetition may seem boring at first glance, but finding stories and design patterns to repeat gives you a go-to bag of tricks.

Having things to repeat takes some of the guesswork out of memory keeping. It helps you settle on what you like so you spend less time thinking about what you should do and less time doing it.

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This month in Pocket Your Year, we’re going to reflect on our albums and ask ourselves how Repetition in projects, stories, and design can help you in your pocket scrapbooking process.

Pocket Your Year Creative Team Repetition Sneaks

Here’s a little sneak peek of some of the projects made by the amazing Pocket Your Year Creative Team for this unit! As always, I was blown away by the things they created this month!

Pocket Your Year 2016 - A Year Long Pocket Scrapbooking Course from The Nerd Nest

Current students, go to the classroom and get started now! Not taking the year-long pocket scrapbooking course yet? You can join any time this year.

Portrait with Items with Lisa | Nerd Nest Challenge

Today Nerd Nest Challenges Creative Team member Lisa is here to share her take on May’s Nerd Nest Challenge, Portrait with Items.

Portrait with Items | Nerd Nest Challenge Take by Lisa 1

I love this challenge! I always take photos of our stuff and using those in memory keeping projects about our lives right now. These things change so quickly, from there being toys and messy counters to clothes in piles on the floor is just a blink of an eye in a child’s life. And we change as adults too of course. Perhaps you are in collage in a dorm with a few things reminding you of home or newly married in your first real home.

Portrait with Items | Nerd Nest Challenge Take by Lisa 2

I have a few examples of how I played with the challenge. First, I asked myself what is my stuff right now. Could I capture that in one photo? This was at night and I had just been outside watering all my plants on the patio and the garden beds, so I took this photo (above) of me standing with all the plants at my feet. This photo tells the story about how I love gardening and tending to my garden. Especially at night after a warm day walking around weeding and making sure they all have wet soil. These are “my stuff” right now.

Portrait with Items | Nerd Nest Challenge Take by Lisa 6

Then I thought of my soon to be 17 year old daughter and took out the big camera and shot a few photos of her room after she had went to school. These photos are so typical for who she is right now; messy and thinking that fashion and make up is the most important things next to music and her friends. Just like it should be.

Portrait with Items | Nerd Nest Challenge Take by Lisa 4

In February I was the host for a fun challenge called #hashtagthisweek at my IG friend Mandy´s website. Every week she has a different prompt to challenge memory keeping. That week I chose the prompt piles. Yes, piles, we all have them, right?! Piles of stuff can be a fun way to document our everyday life. Even if you are super organized I think we all have some sort of pile in our home. I know I have! I always have a pile of clothes on a chair next to my bed and a stack of books waiting to be read on my bedside table. In a few years I bet your piles will look very different.
I made this layout with my photos of piles.

Portrait with Items | Nerd Nest Challenge Take by Lisa 7

I´ll leave you with a great and simple example from one of my friends. Marie´s first page in her Project Life album is so great, she gathered favorite things for each family member and took a photo with their feet. Brilliant!

Lisa is a passionate memory keeper who loves to document her little family´s life in scrapbooks. On top of running an Etsy shop she likes to throw in a few diy`s here and there.

You can find Lisa here: blog, Instagram, Pinterest, Etsy.

Thank you for sharing your amazing “stuff” projects with us, Lisa!

Portrait with Items | Nerd Nest Challenge + Let’s Get Sketchy & Freckled Fawn Collaboration

Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn + Let's Get Sketchy 4

This month, the Nerd Nest Challenge is to take a portrait using items! What does your stuff say about you? What does a family member’s things show about their personalities? Try taking a photo of things to tell a story about a person!

Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn + Let's Get Sketchy 1

For my take on the challenge, I used a sketch from Let’s Get Sketchy for a collaboration between the challenge site and Freckled Fawn. Check out the site to see the sketch–I altered it to a 8.5 x 11 and straightened out some tilted elements for my take.

Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn + Let's Get Sketchy 2

To tell a story with items for this month’s Nerd Nest Challenge, I took a photo of the three small stuffed toys Jonas has been attached to lately. The photo tells most of the story for me, for journaling I only noted the names of the characters (something that seems unforgettable now, but might not be so memorable in 20 years) and the way Jonas says they are so “cuuuuuute.”

But for me, this photo is a portrait of Jonas right now in other ways. He loves his fandoms and wants his toys and clothing to reflect the nerd culture he loves. Bringing those characters into his world of pretend play gives his everyday life an element of magic. And they also show his soft side, something very present but not always shown in the many photos of him climbing and running and hanging, in that he loves how cute these mini characters are and he treats them like babies.

I can turn this into a longer story later–like the times he asks me to watch one of them while he does something as if they are real babies needing supervision and care–but for now, this little item portrait shows so many things about who Jonas is right now.

Megan Anderson for Freckled Fawn + Let's Get Sketchy 3

I’d love to see what you come up with to illustrate aspects of your personality (or a loved one’s personality) with an item portrait!

Selected Supplies: Freckled Fawn June “Citrus Twist” Embellishment Kit (puffy stickers, flat paper clip, acetate die cut), June “Citrus Twist” Planner Kit (label stickers), March “Shine” Embellishment Kit (enamel dots, chipboard banner) // Basic Grey Highline “Sweetness” paper, Juniper Berry “Rooftop” paper, and Saturday Morning “Fly a Kite” paper // Amy Tangerine Better Together “Sun and Moon” paper

I’d love to see your take on the challenge! Share a link in the comments or use the hashtag #nerdnestchallenge on social media!

Remember that you can do anything you’d like for this challenge–it doesn’t just have to be scrapbooking!

Check back on Mondays to see takes from Nerd Nest Creative Team members!

Using with Special Products with Emily | Nerd Nest Challenge

Today Nerd Nest Challenges Creative Team member Emily F. is here to share her take on May’s Nerd Nest Challenge, Stash Bust.

When I found out that this month’s challenge was to bust your stash, I was super excited! We all have that one or maybe two products that we either hoard or just have way too much of to even use sometimes. For me, I have several Freckled Fawn kits that I either have not touched yet (I know it sounds crazy) or leftovers that I just can’t seem to part with. I also have a lot of washi tape and have yet to even finish a roll. I have decided that I want to start using the products that I have rather than let them sit around in my craft space.

I have a ton of pictures to scrap and decided to make a layout using April’s Freckled Fawn kit.

Using with Special Products with Emily | Nerd Nest Challenge 1

I used some Studio Calico Seven Paper Amelia as a mat for my photo. Then I used some enamel dots, washi tape, and chipboard stickers to embellish the page. I’m loving the enamel dots and chipboard stickers. I was very surprised at how easy it was to use the enamel stickers since enamel dots are my favorite product.

Using with Special Products with Emily | Nerd Nest Challenge 2

I also have a lot of paper pads. I decided rather than using the pads on just layouts and cards, that maybe it would be fun to make some embellishments. Normally, I don’t make embellishments with my paper pads so it was a nice change. I made some epoxy stickers using Studio Calico’s Seven Paper Amelia 6×6 paper pad. These were so easy to make. I just used a 1 inch punch and some epoxy stickers that I found at Hobby Lobby. Once you punch your paper, you just stick the epoxy sticker onto the paper.

Using with Special Products with Emily | Nerd Nest Challenge 3

As I mentioned before, I have a bunch of washi tapes. I decided to make some handmade notecards and decorated them using a few of my washi tapes. I really love how they turned out and will be making a bunch of 3×4 and 4×6 notecards with all of my washi tapes. I think these notecards would be perfect for writing little notes to my family and friends. Below is a close up of the note cards.

Using with Special Products with Emily | Nerd Nest Challenge 4

I can’t wait to see how you all take on this month’s challenge.

Emily is a blogger and memory keeper who loves spending time with her family. She is obsessed with planners, books, and making new things. You can find Emily over at The Emi Times, on Instagram, and Pinterest.

Thank you, Emily, for sharing your take on this challenge! I know lots of us have products we strangely like too much to use, but I hope this post will inspire us all to break them out and stop hoarding them!

What’s Missing? | May Pocket Your Year Unit

Pocket Your Year What's Missing Unit Sneak Peek

This month in Pocket Your Year, we’re taking a loot at what’s missing in our pocket scrapbooking albums.

This unit will help you reflect on things you’d like to document that haven’t made it into your albums. We go over the reasons why you may be missing things and give you ideas for things to document that you may not have previously considered.

Pocket Your Year May Creative Team Sneak

Here’s a little sneak peek of some of the projects made by the amazing Pocket Your Year Creative Team for this unit! I was blown away by the things they created this month!

Pocket Your Year 2016 - A Year Long Pocket Scrapbooking Course from The Nerd Nest

Are you ready to fill in what’s missing in your pocket scrapbooks? Current students, go to the classroom and get started now! Not taking the year-long pocket scrapbooking course yet? You can join any time this year.

Pocket Letters for Stashbusting with Lisa | Nerd Nest Challenge

Today Nerd Nest Challenges Creative Team member Lisa is here to share her take on May’s Nerd Nest Challenge, Stash Bust.

Pocket Letters for Stashbusting with Lisa | Nerd Nest Challenge 1

One of my favorite ways to use up my stash is to make Pocket Letters™ . Are you familiar with it? If not, here is a short description. It is basically a pimped out baseball card page protector. Haha. A lady called Janette that trademarked it a few years ago and this is how she explains it:

” …a new way to send letters to your new or existing penpals. Basically, you fill all the pockets of a 9 Pocket Trading Card Protector and send the whole page to someone who wants to swap with you.”

Well, I have had penpals since I was maybe 10 years old, so this is a very familiar and loved hobby of mine. Right now I have about 5 friends that I make Pocket Letters™ for on a regular basis and I have swapped once with a few more. The letter part is important ofcourse, but it is also a really great way to use up your stash of products you might be tired of or have been hoarding.

Pocket Letters for Stashbusting with Lisa | Nerd Nest Challenge 2

Here is one of my first Pocket Letters™ just to give you an idea. This one is kind of minimalistic perhaps, but my style is perhaps that way. you can use trimmed down Project Life®, since the pockets are smaller than 3×4″ or patterned papers for your background in the pockets and then add bits and pieces to them. I generally work better if I have a theme or color scheme, but you can just go wild and crazy here! It´s also fun to use products or a style that is not your normal.

On the back you can put all sorts of goodies in the pockets. I like to include washi tape, die cuts, stickers and perhaps a piece of chocolate. Mine get kind of bulky!

Pocket Letters for Stashbusting with Lisa | Nerd Nest Challenge 3

For a real stash bust I used washi tape to make my background. I started with a sheet of A4 cardstock and just added strips of washi tape in a patterned I liked. Then I trimmed it down so that I had 9 cards. This way I already had a co-ordinated background to start from.

Pocket Letters for Stashbusting with Lisa | Nerd Nest Challenge 4

Then I started adding in my goodies. This time I wrote out a current playlist, shared an inspirational quote and ofcourse added a personal letter. You can totally use the pockets to create ways for your penpal/swap buddy to get to know more about you. But you can also write questions to get to know them.

Pocket Letters for Stashbusting with Lisa | Nerd Nest Challenge 5

I have also discovered flip books which is sort of a little booklet you make and fill with lovely stickers, washi and die cuts. And you send them as happy mail, just like Pocket Letters™. These are easy to pack full of product too!

There you have it, my favorite way to use up my stash!

Lisa is a passionate memory keeper who loves to document her little family´s life in scrapbooks. On top of running an Etsy shop she likes to throw in a few diy`s here and there.

You can find Lisa here: blog, Instagram, Pinterest, Etsy.

Thank you for sharing how you use Pocket Letters to shash bust with us, Lisa!