Category Archive: Scrapbooks

Oct 05

Sue’s new studio

  For several years, my creative space has been in a basement room and I have never liked being in the basement. I need light and space! Even though our boys are grown men and haven’t really lived in our home for more than a couple months at a time since 2007 & 2009 respectively, …

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Mar 30

First quarter 2015

I’ve been busy so far this year working on my One Little Word, EMBRACE. I spent all of February focusing on re-lighting my love of scrapbooking by participating in an annual event I’ve wanted to do for several years called LOAD. The purpose is to create a layout a day for each day of February. …

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Mar 03

Two months of Variety; or How I Did

Well, the first two months of 2012 are over and I’m reflecting on how I did on my One Little Word for the year: Variety. I’ve been varied and accomplished much, but still have some areas to hit in the next few months. So I think I’m mostly in a good place. Here’s the scorecard. …

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Jan 15

A new scrapbook

In September of 2009 Scott and I went on a trip for our 25th anniversary to Washington, D.C. and New York City.  Before we left I had read about a technique of making an album using a 200-slot photo album of 4×6 photos and journaling blocks,  and then embellishing the pages.  I thought I would …

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Aug 30

Wherein I Try Something New

I tried something new: I made an online photo book.  I am a paper scrapbooker who hasn’t really had time to fuss with learning any digital scrapping except cropping and printing photos.  A friend regularly makes online photo books that become hardbound books and has been encouraging me to try it for a very long …

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