Skip to Content

Tag Archives: pocket scrapbooking 2017

Solar Eclipse Spread | Freckled Fawn September Kit

Solar Eclipse | Freckled Fawn September 2017 Kit | The Nerd Nest 1

My family of science nerds was so excited about the solar eclipse! We drove an hour and a half in an minitrip to Marshall, MO to a spot our friend Steve found so we would be in the path of totality for the eclipse a little longer–about two minutes and … Read the rest

Tackle a Mess | September Nerd Nest Challenge

Tackle a Mess | September Nerd Nest Challenge

The September Nerd Nest Challenge is to Tackle a Mess. Work on an area of your memory keeping that needs a bit of organization–photo storage, a box of kits, piles around your desk, haphazardly strewn embellishments–and see how that organization aids you in your memory keeping!

How can tackling a … Read the rest

Use a Shape to Tie in a Pocket Scrapbooking Insert | Nerd Nest Challenge

Repeat a Shape Challenge - Circles | June 12-17 | The Nerd Nest

July’s Nerd Nest Challenge is Repeat a Shape and I have one more take to share with you!

This time I decided to repeat circles in a pocket layout and a traditional page 8.5 x 11 insert to bring the whole spread together.

Repeat a Shape Challenge - Circles | June 12-17 | The Nerd Nest

For this page, I started with an … Read the rest

July 9-15 | Pocket Scrapbooking 2017

July 9-15 Pocket Scrapbooking | The Nerd Nest 1

After a difficult start to the year and not a lot of extra time to spend pocket scrapbooking, I’m back to scrapping the month that I’m in after making 31 new pages / spreads for my upcoming course 31 Challenges.

It’s a great feeling and I’m reinvigorated–I’ll be working … Read the rest

Introducing 31 Challenges!

31 Challenges Pocket Your Year 2017

A Pocket Your Year favorite is back: introducing 31 Challenges!

Need motivation for your pocket scrapbooking? Looking to get caught up? Want a fun challenge (or a months worth!!)?

Starting August 1, receive a pocket scrapbooking challenge in your inbox every day for 31 days. Get inspired and motivated … Read the rest

January Extras Pocket Page | Nerd Nest Challenge

Repeat a Shape - January Extra Pocket Page | Nerd Nest Challenge 1

This month’s Nerd Nest Challenge is to Repeat a Shape. In my first take on the challenge, I repeated hearts throughout a page. For this page, I decided to be a little more subtle with squares!

The way I have my pocket scrapbooking system set up for 2017, I … Read the rest

Expand Your Story | Nerd Nest Challenge

City Museum Pocket Pages | The Nerd Nest

This month’s Nerd Nest Challenge is to Expand Your Story.

Go beyond your usual process for memory keeping–a single layout, a weekly pocket spread, a few sentences of journaling, etc.–and expand how you tell a story that is special to you by doing more! You can make multiple layouts about … Read the rest

Compare / Contrast | Nerd Nest Challenge

Compare and Contrast | March Nerd Nest Challenge 1

This month’s Nerd Nest Challenge is to Compare / Contrast.

Make a project comparing a current job with a past job, the similarities and differences between two family members or friends, what the world is like now vs. your childhood, or any other idea you can come up with!

Compare and Contrast | March Nerd Nest Challenge 2

Comparing … Read the rest

All Photos Austin Pocket Spread with Freckled Fawn’s March 2017 Kit

Austin Pocket Spread with Freckled Fawn March 2017 Kit | The Nerd Nest 1

In January, I went on a short weekend trip to Austin with my brother and my sister-in-law. Today I’m sharing a pocket spread I made about the trip!

Freckled Fawn March 2017 Kit

The March Freckled Fawn Kits were revealed today! They have lots of elements perfect for documenting travel. I used the Embellishment KitRead the rest

Eliza’s Birthday (Observed) | Pocket Scrapbooking 2017

Eliza's Birthday (Observed) | The Nerd Nest 1

On Jonas’s last birthday, we let him pick what we did for the whole day. We wanted to do the same for Eliza’s birthday, but as we knew most of the day would be spend getting ready for and having a birthday party for both kids, we decided to … Read the rest