Hello! I have a few more new scrapbook pages to share with you today! I have been really enjoying the 8×8 format. I can quickly get through documenting this way. I pick a few embellishments to go with my photos, and before I know it, I have several pages in the books!
I meant to post this on Saturday last week, International Scrapbook Day, but I was busy scrapbooking instead, so I guess that makes it okay. 🙂
I have found a new rhythm when it comes to scrapbooking. I started scrapping in an 8×8 format. It’s still big enough for photos and a few cute embellishments, but not too overwhelming of a space. I like the idea of scrapping in a traveler’s notebook, because it’s a contained space, but I need to see that square space in front of me, like a plain sheet of cardstock.
Here’s a few recent pages I’ve made!
As I mentioned in my post from Easter, I am excited to get back into blogging, especially right now when so much is going on in our world. I want to bring a little distraction to all that news and get back into crafting and photographing and sharing it all.
As a little re-introduction, I am Jen, and I have been a scrapbooker since 2006. I joined the online scrapbooking world in 2008, and I was so excited to find others like me who love photos and paper!
I started my decorative planning journey in 2015. Again, what a great community the planning community is as well! That’s what this blog is all about. I hope you enjoy your time here with me!
My happy place! 🙂
I just love November! Not just because of my birthday, or Thanksgiving, or the beginning of the holiday season, but because it’s a time to slow down in a sense and appreciate the year for what it’s been and where I want to go. I treasure the cooler, shorter days and how mother nature is wrapping up the growing season. Some things end, and some are just beginning.
May the changing seasons be good to you all!
Today I wanted to share the newest Planner Society box with you all! It’s giving me major Thanksgiving time vibes. It has a lot of bright, fun colors, but there is still that touch of copper that’s perfect for fall.
Here’s a look at the whole kit…The papers are gorgeous!I love all the little bows! 🙂The house stamp is going to be good for all kinds of projects. I think I need to make a little notepad using it.The owls are so sweet with their eyelashes!Stickers and die cuts galore!I can’t wait for the first week of December to receive the final box of the year!! 🙂
Just a quick post today to share how I’m currently storing my papers from The Planner Society boxes I have collected over the past two years. I really don’t have a huge paper stash from The Planner Society kits, but I do like to keep what I do have and the scraps in the original bags the kits come in. They are so pretty and helps keep my collection organized.
I had been keeping the papers in an 8.5 x 11 paper file holder, but my collection keeps growing and I couldn’t see or access my papers easily anymore. I have a few large paper racks, so it occurred to me to store them on one of my racks. I keep the bags in order of newest on top to oldest towards the bottom.
I love how pretty my paper rack looks now!