Last week I was featured over on the Studio Calico blog sharing where I create as part of their Workspace Wednesday series. I love peeping into the lives of other creatives and seeing where their creativity takes place. I find it inspiring. You can see lots of photos of where I create and why I have what I have over on the Studio Calico blog here.
Go take a peek. XO
Hello Monday! (please be nice to me…)
I’m in full swing of using the Project Life kits from Studio Calico now. After my big purge of product last year I’m definitely not missing that overwhelmed feeling that I had when I was buried under excess product. I am continuing to focus on the photos and the journaling and using minimal embellishing. This is working for me and as proof I’m so pleased to say that I am totally up to date with this project. I think it’s a
I’m jumping back in time to share with you week twelve of our Project Life album for 2015 that I created a little while ago. I put it together around the time of my very first stamp set release collaboration with Kellie Stamps. The TODAY stamp set is available in the Kellie Stamps store. Kellie, who is also
And welcome to week fourteen of our Project Life journey. Some weeks I tell more of our story than others but I do love to write. For me the words are just as important as capturing and sharing the photos. Keeping relatively up to date with this project means that the experiences captured are still fresh in my memory. I don’t mind if there isn’t any room left on the cards for embellishing. Just as long as that story gets told.
And welcome to week ten of our Project Life album for 2015. It was a wonderful week. William had his Rhee Taekwondo beach training session which we all love, I recorded my first ever podcast interview and I went to a ball! I also included a few everyday moments like how every Thursday Henry and Scarlett always hide behind the gum trees at the school after picking up William from training, and how during the parent teacher interviews William was hit in the face by a basketball and how he discovered how painful that can be – poor darling. And Pa’s portrait came back
And welcome to week eight of our Project Life album. We’ve had some overcast days here so I cheated when taking the photos of my work. I took all the cards out of the page protectors, arranged them in order on a white background then ran all the photos through a filter in PicTapGo. If you