The cherry blossom tree in our garden has bloomed just a little bit early this year. It is so gorgeous!
After the long, dark, cold winter, spring always returns!
So thankful. 💐
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!
I always look forward to this time of year so much because the garden comes back to life! I love wandering around and seeing all the green coming back to life and seeing all the blossoms.
Hey all!! It’s been a minute since I’ve been here, but I’m glad to be in the mood and to have time again to write! I became so busy and even a little uninspired to write here over the fall and winter seasons. But. now with the events of the world going on right now, I have time to post again and let’s get to it!
I hope you all have a Happy Easter and are able to get some time to de-stress today with whoever you’re safe with at home. I wanted to share a few photos of some of our Easter/spring decor this year.
Look for more new posts soon!!
Ahh… the garden is coming alive with all the rain and warm temperatures we’ve had lately! Here are a few snaps of what’s coming up…
First, of course, is the Cherry Blossom Tree. Its time to bloom is short but sweet.Some Phlox…A pretty blooming bush…The beginnings of Hydrangeas…Azaleas part 1…Azaleas part 2…Thanks for stopping by!