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Tag Archives: pocket scrapbooking 2017

January 9-14 | Pocket Scrapbooking

Pocket Scrapbooking Jan 9-4 | The Nerd Nest 1

Last week I shared my take on the current Freckled Fawn sketch challenge (there’s still time to enter to win a $25 gift certificate–the challenge closes tonight!).

In addition to the 8.5×11 alteration on the sketch I did, I also worked on more sketch inspiration with two 6×12 insert pages! … Read the rest

Birthday Party with Freckled Fawn’s February 2017 Planner Kit

Birthday Party Pocket Scrapbooking with Freckled Fawn's February 2017 Planner Kit | The Nerd Nest 1

This year I’m adding in extra event spreads between my weekly spreads in my pocket scrapbook. Today I’m sharing a spread about a family birthday party for Eliza and Jonas.

Freckled Fawn February 2017 Planner Kit

I love using Freckled Fawn’s planner kits on pocket spreads–they have just enough embellishments in them to jazz up a … Read the rest

January 3-6 2017 | Pocket Scrapbooking

Jan 3-6 Pocket Scrapbooking | The Nerd Nest 1

This is my first “normal” weekly pocket scrapbooking spread for 2017. Between Day in the Life, a weekend trip, and Eliza’s birthday, this is a short one (which is lucky, because I still had a lot going on in those three days!).

Jan 3-6 Pocket Scrapbooking | The Nerd Nest 2

I didn’t know where I would start with … Read the rest

Day in the Life with Freckled Fawn’s January 2017 Planner Kit

Day in the Life with Freckled Fawn January 2017 Kit | The Nerd Nest 1

One of my favorite documentation tools is Ali Edwards’s Day in the Life™ project. This project is simply a challenge to record a single day in detail to capture your routine, the rhythm of your days, and things you may overlook when you are memory keeping.

Since 2013, I’ve … Read the rest

Ring in the New Year | Nerd Nest Challenge

Ring in the New Year with Freckled Fawn's 2017 Embellishment Kit | The Nerd Nest 2

This month’s Nerd Nest Challenge is to Ring in the New Year.

Create a project showcasing how you celebrated the new year. Different cultures celebrate the New Year on different dates, so don’t feel limited to January 1st! You may have some documenting from Yom Kippur or Lunar New Year … Read the rest