It’s travel collection season in the scrapbook industry, and that means lots of new goodies to play with for making my travel scrapbooks! One of my favorite new releases this year is Authentique Paper’s Quest collection.
This Paris digital scrapbook layout features the gorgeous Gare de L’est train station, where I caught trains to Frankfurt during my recent trips.
For those looking for things to do in Atlanta airport, you might be surprised to learn that an exhibit of Zimbabwean art is one of your options.
Besides the obviously banned items, there’s a lot of weird and not so obvious items that are banned from carry-on bags by TSA regulations – and even Federal law.
We got a major bonus we didn’t expect when we built our suburban home: a vibrant wildlife population centered on the water source behind our property that treats our backyard as their own private meadow.
I could never have imagined that the most important thing I’d ever make would be a simple quilt that I whipped up in a few minutes when I was pregnant with my daughter to save some money on my nursery decor.
If you are a fashionista, or an aficionado of fashion history, there’s a new museum in Paris that should be on your must-do list: Musée Yves Saint Laurent.
Paper strips make it easy to fill space, create lines, and create movement on a page. With a few stickers, they are even all you need to make a simple layout!
My digital layout creations might seem random, but I actually have a pretty standard workflow for how to adapt a digital scrapbooking template. To me, a template is a tool no different than any other that I use for creating. Often, my finished layout bears little resemblance to the original template.