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The May Nerd Nest Challenge is Borrow a Photo.
This month’s challenge is to scrapbook with a photo you didn’t take! Maybe you remember a friend or family member taking photos at a get-together and you didn’t take many. You can ask them to text or email it to you! … Read the rest
The April Nerd Nest Challenge is This Time Last Year(s).
Do you have any memory keeping you’d like to do about last April or Aprils past? What is your favorite thing about this month? Is there something you are looking forward to? You can also look backwards and use your … Read the rest
The March Nerd Nest Challenge is to Frame it.
Adding a frame to your project is a great way to make an impact and put the focus where you want it to be. You can frame your photos, your journaling, your title or your whole project!
It can also be … Read the rest
This is the third spread I made for the February Nerd Nest Challenge Start in the Middle to get myself jumpstarted on 2018 pocket scrapbooking during the construction zone disaster that is currently my office.
I picked this spread because it covers only three days, so I knew that choosing … Read the rest
The February Nerd Nest Challenge is to Start in the Middle.
Sometimes starting a bigger memory keeping project can seem daunting. Starting a weekly pocket scrapbooking / project life a few weeks into the year, documenting a big event like a wedding or vacation, beginning a mini album or themed … Read the rest
Today I’m sharing tips for Evaluating Memory Keeping:
The January Nerd Nest Challenge is to Evaluate Last Year’s Memory Keeping.
Now that we’ve settled into the new year a little bit, it’s a good time to decide how you’ll like to tackle memory keeping for this year. Of course, you don’t have to change anything up for the … Read the rest
The November Nerd Nest Challenge is to Document December.
It’s a busy season for documenting for so many of us, so I’m not adding onto that with a challenge that asks you to make more. Instead, I’d love to see your plan for documenting December! Hopefully hearing others’ process, methods, … Read the rest