Whew, it’s all rainy today – actually more like stormy! Perfect time to share some delightful inspiration from the Lilith, Nina and Janna, right?
Let’s dive right in!
Words from Janna:
Do you know this phenomenon… you clean up your space and everything is messier than before? You buy a new storage thingy and all of the sudden you have even more scrapbooking stuff?! I am fighting my scrapbooking mess for quite some time now.. but honestly? I can never win
A few words from LIlith:
This layout is one I love because of the photo. Damien and Noé are the eldest and when I found out I was expecting twins I panicked. This picture reminds me that there was nothing to panic about and that everything turned out fine. I used some small journalling stamps to add that little extra detail. I LOVE those tiny text stamps and use them all the time.
A few words from Nina:
I like doing a “me right now” page every now and then. This is the latest one using a sentiment and the beautiful butterfly from the Cars and Balloons stamp set. It’s a simple layout but it’s so me right now. I don’t know what’s coming but I feel free and excited! Hope you’re all having a great “right now”.
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Hello! Today I’m excited to share a great tutorial by Janna! She’s going to teach you how to photograph a layout and get it ready for the internet!! Hope you enjoy
“Hello there, this is Janna with a short video tutorial about how to edit your pictures in a quick and easy way.
You just finished an amazing scrapbook page and want to show it on your blog? You have a camera but no idea how and where to edit your picture so the layouts looks great on your blog and online gallery? I am going to show you different browser programs that will help you showing off your page the best way and how to edit your photo. Have fun and let me know, if you have any questions!”
Happy Sunday! Today the SGD Girls have created beautiful projects, using the word ‘Thankful’ as inspiration! Look what they’ve made!!
There are a lot of things I am thankful for.. having a place to live, me and my family being healthy, living in peace and having enough to eat every day. But I am also thankful for a very special relationship.. with Sindri, our dog. Sindri is nearly 9,5 years now. He came to our house when he was 12 weeks old (I so remember his little paws and his clumsiness..) and he really changed our life
He is so gentle, nosy, playful and sweet! Don´t want to miss him!
“Alt det gode” means “Everything that’s good”. I’ve got so much going on in my life right now that it’s easy to miss all the beautiful little bits and moments. So I wanted to make a layout about just that. The title is written with a gold pen using a letter stencil. I added some doodly arrows and finally a couple of sentiments from the Captured stamp set in brown ink. It’s a tiny detail but it really brings the background into play.
Saying thank you is such an important thing and I might not say it enough. I love making thank you cards and know this one will brighten someone’s day. I used part of one of the stamps from the Happy Mail collection and then added and little thank you banner that I printed onto some white paper. Using parts of stamps is a great way to get more out of them.
Hello there! I’m back since Thursday night, from a wonderful trip to Switzerland. It’s really been an amazing time and I’ve so enjoyed to spend time with my family.
Some of the Higlights:
- Crafting Cards with my mom (she was crafting with paper while I was painting watercolor images…)
- Going to Europa Park with my best friend Andrea (I’ve only once been on a real roller coaster and I have to say, I’m excited to scream out my soul the next time…. )
- Snow. Yes, I totally brought winter to my home land! If you’ve been following me on FB or Instagram, you’ve already seen the white, fluffy wonder…
Anyways. I’ve got some BlueMoonScrapbooking projects to share with you
First this Layout. I have to say, it’s one of my favorites ever. Don’t know why. Just the way it is. The image is from our latest road trip to the Eastern Sierras, where we went ‘color spotting’ (totally insider lango, meaning, looking for fall foliage..)
And next a little Birthday Card. Since I was too lazy to turn on my Silhouette, I simply drew a speech bubble form directly onto the card and cut it out with my detail scissors. Totally back to the roots, huh
see, super easy! And here’s the result…