And welcome to week nine of our Project Life album for 2015. HUGE week around here at 209 including International Day at school where all four babes got dressed up, Henry received Star of the Week (the celebrations went on all weekend), the 9th issue of Jot Magazine was released in which I
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.
Since becoming a part of the Jot Magazine creative team I have had to get my head around creating traditional scrapbooking layouts again. For the last 4 years I’ve been working with the small 4×6 and 3×4 cards for our Project Life album so when I first pulled out a 12×12 stark white piece of cardstock I was completely stumped and creatively blocked. Nothing is more off putting then a black canvas right? But over the last month or so I’ve
I’m excited to pass on the news that the 9th Issue of Jot Magazine is now available. Issue 9 is HUGE with over a hundred a fifty pages of creativity and inspiration together with sources for products and it’s FREE!
Confession. I have been memory keeping for forever, in one form or another, and I have never, ever completed a mood board challenge. Have you? As part of the Jot Magazine Creative Team we were asked to put together a traditional layout based on inspiration collated by Jot Magazine owner Kim Archer. At first I was like, “Yeh sure, I’ve totally got this!” but once I stood at my work bench I was completely stumped. I had made the mistake of looking at all the other Jot Girls