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How to adhere different embellishment types | Tombow + Freckled Fawn

Written on August 24, 2016 at 8:26 am, by

Tombow + Freckled Fawn by Megan Anderson 1

Recently Tombow and Freckled Fawn teamed up to show how adhesives and embellishments work together.

Lots of Freckled Fawn products come with adhesive backings, but I know it can be troublesome to figure out how to attach those that don’t to your projects. That’s where awesome adhesives (and pen!) from … Continue

Sneak Peek of Challenges 1-8 | Pocket Your Year

Written on August 23, 2016 at 8:45 am, by

Challenges 1-8 Pocket Your Year Sneak Peek

Right now in Pocket Your Year we’re in the middle of a Daily Challenge unit! Here’s a little sneak peek of what we’ve been up to so far. Here’s a look at projects by me and creative team members and guests Jen, Priya, Emily, Kristin, DanicaContinue

Projects with Freckled Fawn’s Chit Chat Kits

Written on August 17, 2016 at 7:00 am, by

Freckled Fawn Chit Chat Embellishment Kit

Today I’m sharing my projects with Freckled Fawn’s July Chit Chat Embellishment Kit (above) and Planner Kit (below)!

Freckled Fawn Chit Chat Planner Kit

Barktoberfest with Freckled Fawn Chit Chat Kit | The Nerd Nest 2

I really love the purple color in these kits and it reminded me of the lights in some photos I took at a festival last fall. The festival, Barktoberfest, is a concert … Continue

New Pocket Your Year Unit – Process Check-In

Written on July 16, 2016 at 9:59 am, by

Process Check-In Unit | Pocket Your Year

We’re more than halfway through the year, and that means it’s a good time to go back to our Plan of Action from the beginning of the year and reflect on what’s been working and what hasn’t.

This month, we’re checking in with your process now will help you determine … Continue

Go Ombré | Nerd Nest Challenge

Written on July 4, 2016 at 7:00 am, by

March 2016 Freckled Fawn Challenge | Go Ombre 1 copy

This month, I challenge you to go ombré!

Ombré is the gradual blending of one hue to another, often moving from light to dark.

I’m going to tell you how I add the ombré effect to my wood chips, but you can add ombré to your project in other ways … Continue

Projects with Freckled Fawn’s Sweet Treats Kits

Written on July 2, 2016 at 10:25 am, by

Freckled Fawn Sweet Treats Embellishment Kit

Today I’m sharing my projects with Freckled Fawn’s July Sweet Treats Embellishment Kit (above) and Planner Kit (below)!

Freckled Fawn Sweet Treats Planner Kit

Here’s how I went about using the kit:

April 3-9 Pocket Page with the Freckled Fawn Sweet Treats Kit by Megan Anderson 1

The smaller planner kit is perfect for light embellishing on pocket pages. I was stuck on a pocket page from April, which has colorful … Continue

rukristin Awesome Ladies Scrapbook Sleepover Challenge Projects

Written on June 29, 2016 at 6:15 pm, by

rukristin Awesome Ladies Scrapbook Line

My soul lady Kristin of rukristin just released her first product line in collaboration with Kara Haupt. To celebrate the launch, Kristin hosted a Scrapbook Sleepover complete with challenges (and a movie–Kristin and I did a lot of tweeting about The Princess Bride). Excited to dig into these … Continue

Citrus Twist Freckled Fawn Kits Projects

Written on June 23, 2016 at 8:21 am, by

Freckled Fawn Citrus Twist Embellishment Kit

I’m here today to share my projects with … Continue

Projects with Bloom | Freckled Fawn May 2016 Kit

Written on June 18, 2016 at 3:29 pm, by

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 … Continue

New Pocket Your Year Unit – Repetition

Written on June 16, 2016 at 9:45 am, by

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 … Continue