Tag Archives: pocket scrapbooking 2016
At the beginning of this month, the only spread I had in my albums for October 2016 was for my October Day in the Life. Now, all of my weekly spreads are complete! (I still have a few thematic pages to finish off).
Here’s the last weekly spread I have … Read the rest
I’m just going to overload you with pocket spreads because I’m so excited about finishing up October 2016! This one covers the everyday stuff from October 23-31. I made separate pages to document our Halloween costumes and I’m making another one for a Halloween party at my great-grandpa’s retirement home.… Read the rest
During my recent productivity burst with Freckled Fawn’s October embellishment kit, I dived into making weekly pocket pages for October 2016. I finished the whole month in a week! That’s why “getting behind” doesn’t bother me–sometimes I have more time to “make” than others and that’s just fine.
Here’s … Read the rest
I’m getting excited for Halloween and one way I harness that excitement into productivity is going back and catching up Halloween moments I haven’t documented yet! Right now that’s last year and, lucky me, the Freckled Fawn October kit seemed made to match my family’s costumes last year.
I really … Read the rest
The August Freckled Fawn Kit has some wonderful travel themed embellishments, so I knew immediately that I’d want to tackle a vacation I haven’t scrapbooked yet with the kit. I browsed my photo folders and realized I hadn’t gotten our trip to San Antonio last summer in the books yet–and … Read the rest
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 … Read the rest