Tag Archives: pocket scrapbooking 2016
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
Here’s how I went about using the kit:
The smaller planner kit is perfect for light embellishing on pocket pages. I was stuck on a pocket page from April, which has colorful … Read the rest
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 … Read the rest
Happy (inter)National Scrapbooking Day!
You might be celebrating this crafty holiday my favorite way–doing tons of scrapbooking! I’m filling in pockets today and I thought many of you might be using this weekend the same way: to get caught up with your pocket scrapbooking.
I’m here to share another weekly pocket spread with you! I’m loving this project and I’m taking my time to create spreads this year–usually printing my photos in batches for a few spreads at a time and then working on finishing up spreads over several quick sessions.
One of the … Read the rest
In addition to some of the fun kits I’m subscribing to from Ali Edwards and Kelly Purkey this year, I’m trying to use more of my Project Life kits. I probably have enough of them for a lifetime! I actually have a harder time using these simpler kits, but adding … Read the rest
I’m loving documenting the everyday with pocket scrapbooking this year. I’ve been separating bigger events out into their own pages (like Jonas’s birthday party for this particular week), so these weekly spreads are reserved for the everyday.
For this week, my photos were dark and mostly inside, so I made … Read the rest
I’m keeping with my 2015 format for pocket scrapbooking in 2016–weekly spreads with breaks in-between months for extra thematic pocket and traditional spreads.
This format works really well for me with the amount of documenting I do!
Last week included Eliza’s birthday, so I included an extra insert to make … Read the rest