It’s been raining all day here today. Perfect conditions to hunker down and get creative. Yesterday my creative partner in crime Kellie from Kellie Stamps released a stamp set called TODAY which features my brush script design. I have been overwhelmed with the response to this stamp set. Thank you!
I’m in a collaboration frenzy right now and feeling so inspired, excited and so very grateful for the opportunities that are coming my way. Being part of designing a stamp set is just one of these collaborations. Kellie of Kellie Stamps (and Give A Girl A Blog) is hosting a National Scrapbook Day blog hop and challenge
I’m back in full swing around here and to kick things off I have a story to share with you. Jen came into my world when she had brain surgery 10 months ago.
Who likes a selfie? Certainly not me. But I do recognise how important it is to tell our story, as a family, as a whole, not just the stories of my children and their lives. It has reinvigorated my passion for documenting our everyday. I feel like I’m telling the real story of us. Last week I was contacted by Jen Lake about a the fabulous concept of #myselfiescrapbook and she asked me if I would contribute to this FREE month long
I’m a huge fan of using what I have around me when I get stuck into creative projects. Last year I purchased a pack of vellum sheets. Having not used one, hello little hoarder, I finally ripped open that packet last week after I saw, and was inspired by, a home made stamped embellishment created by Kellie Winnell of Give a Girl a Blog in her Project Life pages. Here’s a quick step-by-step which will also be handy for those of you who are new to the world of acrylic stamps.
I couple of weeks ago I was approached by the wonderful, inspiring and oh so encouraging Elle Roberts of The Artful Business. Elle invited me to be a guest on her The Artful Business Podcast. We chatted about creativity, running a creative business, procrastination, self-confidence and finding that balance between work and family.
Today I wanted to share with you a ‘quick and easy layout’ that I put together for Issue 9 of Jot Magazine. As my article in the magazine admits, I’m not a fan of ‘the selfie’. I am more comfortable behind the camera than in front of it. But I do want to be a part of our captured memories.