Friday, February 28, 2014

February Recapitulation

It has been a busy month over here at life, scrapbook, repeat. I have shared 18 posts this month, including; scrapbook layouts, cards, Project Life, organization posts, family, some personal posts, and even a giveaway! I love writing and I appreciate you being here and sharing all of this with me.

Those of you that have read this blog post more than once know how much I love a bullet point list, and so of course I created one hi-lighting key topics for February. If you missed any of these posts, I have linked you directly to them below. I love the idea of keeping a tally of sorts in one blog post, so there is a very good chance you will see this making an appearance in the future.  :-)

  • February started with sharing a layout using Paper Bakery products and an older picture of my daughter and I. 
  • Then I finally got around to posting my final December Daily pages from 2013 on the web and let me tell you, that was a fun one to cross off of the ol' to do list. 
  • Next, I started sharing my 2014 Project Life album, showing you the intro pages and week 1
  • Pinkfresh Studio made an appearance and even offered up a discount code to my readers. I had fun making a layout and 2 cards using their amazing products.
  • Crafty Organization Thursdays made two appearances this month. First, I went over some ways to store mists and then later in the month, card organization. These have been highly trafficked posts and I have already started next month's topics. 
  • I wrote a personal blog post about Flourishing and Keeping it Real in 2014 and was incredibly touched by your sweet and encouraging comments.
  • Project Life, sharing three weeks of pages, weeks 2, 3, and 4.
  • Snowmageddon pictures.
  • A Farewell to Archiver's post.
  • Project Life week 5 and a tutorial on how to make a photo collage in Photoshop Elements. I incorporated Google Images and digital brushes on this particular collage.
  • A layout about Flourishing in 2014.
  • Some more Paper Bakery goodness, this time in the form of two cards.
  • A February currently post.
  • Project Life, weeks 6 and 7.
  • A #90DayChallengeUodate.
  • Thickers Giveaway *You still have a chance to enter this giveaway, I am picking the winner on Sunday night March 2nd.

Some other Hi-lights this month that I want to mention

  • On February 2nd the Seattle Seahawks won the Superbowl and I turned 36 years old. The groundhog unfortunately did not celebrate these victories with us, but instead saw his shadow, and I am told won't be re-emerging anytime soon. Boo.
  • The Big Bang Theory surprised and amazed us when Sheldon Cooper kissed Amy Farrah Fowler kiss for the first time. Proving that yes, he is not a robot.
  • Sochi Winter Olympics, oh how I miss you already.
  • Downton Abbey ends it's fourth season, making many of us wonder what we will do for the next 10 months on Sunday night.
  • I started sewing over 40 yards of fabric to make curtains for my house, you will see some of that next month on the blog. Spoiler Alert: (So far) I have lived to tell the tale.
  • Eric and I took a closer look at the high school Elliot will go to next year. I took a lot of deep breaths, and am awaiting his class selection process next month. Sigh
  • We installed new wood blinds in the downstairs, and the ones for our bedroom are still awaiting installation. Love you babe!
  • Isabelle picked her song selection for the upcoming talent show on March 27th. I won't spoil the surprise and mention it here, but I can tell you it is a good one.
  • Daisy (our Labrador rescue, ) had some testing done to check for bone cancer and by the grace of God, she does not have this. She is getting older (10 1/2) and has some Arthritis and is moving slower, but otherwise in good health. She is now on Arthritis medicine and a joint supplement. 
  • Elizabeth (our Pekingese, ) is still as silly as ever, and unfortunately has decided that she needs to rip the leash out of my hands to chase cars driving down the street. She is lovable, but not the brightest pet. Here's hoping that we don't end up with a dog pancake in the future.
  • Tia (our turtle, ) is still thriving in her aquatic tank and is just adorable.
  • Chubs (our robo dwarf hamster, ) is thriving as well, and has finally decided to use the wheel in his cage on a regular basis. We might have to change his name in the future.
  • The birds and the squirrels. I have spotted three new bird species at the bird feeder outside my studio this month, one is a Northern Mockingbird, and the other two I still have not placed, but I am working on it. The four squirrels meanwhile are driving me crazy, luckily they only seem to come to the feeder once a day now, but have developed a mob mentality and love to stand guard for one another. I am enjoying coming up with new ways to scare them off, and I am ashamed to admit that I have thought of purchasing a rubber band gun more than once. Does anyone remember those from their youth?
  • Life continues to be good here in Rolesville, North Carolina. It is starting to feel like spring around here and we love that the days are getting longer. We count our blessings each and everyday and miss our family and friends back in Washington State.
Until next time,



Wednesday, February 26, 2014

I Heart My Readers Thickers Giveaway

Today I am hosting a giveaway. What am I giving away and shipping for free anywhere in the world you might want to know? I am mailing this assortment of American Crafts Thickers to one lucky winner. All are new, in original packaging, and from a loving and smoke-free home.  :-)

What do you have to do to enter? Yes. You can enter multiple times (see below)

1. Follow my blog and leave a comment letting me know you are.

2. Follow me on Instagram and leave a comment here letting me know you are.

3. Follow me on Twitter and leave a comment here letting me know you are.

4. Follow my Facebook Page (Toni From Designs) and leave a comment here.

5. Follow me on Pinterest and leave a comment here letting me know you are.

6. Tag your friends on Instagram letting them know about my giveaway and leave a comment here.

7. Bonus entry if you tell me what you would like to see more of on the blog. Please give a detailed, thoughtful response. I would sure appreciate it. I want to make life, scrapbook, repeat the best blog it can be. :-)

*Make sure to leave each of these comments separately, one comment equals one entry.

I will pick one lucky winner on Sunday night March 2nd and will share the results on Instagram. I will also share the giveaway results at the end of my blog post on Monday morning March 3rd.

Good Luck and thank you for being here!



Supertonis90DayChallenge Update

I have not been very diligent lately. I promised at the beginning of this process complete honesty, so with that memory etched in my subconscious, I have a few confessions to make....gulp.

I had a great Valentine's Day weekend and just kind of let it go from there. When I say let it go, I really mean let it go. I ate lots of yummy chocolates, girl scout cookies, cake with the most amazing chocolate frosting, candy, potato chips, soda, and everything else that was offered. I even stopped walking for 10 days. I gained back 3 pounds when I weighed myself on Saturday. Sigh. But plugging ahead, not giving up, and just re-committing.

Why is it so hard to just have one free day, or one semi-largish piece of cake and call it good enough? I hate that I still seem to have that all or nothing mentality. Why is it so hard to commit to exercise if you make poor food choices? I am really striving to conquer this all or nothing weight-loss/ healthy lifestyle issue that has been a real problem for me for the past decade or so.

I am still participating in my 90 day challenge and am moving forward. I have been eating much better, eating less calories, and getting exercise. I am not going to beat myself up over missing 10 days of walking, I will just keep moving. My goal for this entire exercise was to develop a habit, and to prove to myself that I could learn to make exercise and eating right a habit.

I will be back in a couple of weeks with another update and I know it will be much better news . This post will have a whole slew of pictures of me walking around my little town. Doesn't that sound exciting. Now that is a post that I am excited about writing! Thanks for listening....



Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Project Life 2014: Weeks 6 & 7

Happy Tuesday and it's time for another week of Project Life. As promised, I am back today to share weeks 6 and 7 with you. I am currently working on my 10th Project Life album (I started in January of 2011, ) and I still love this project. I enjoy working on pocket pages in which I document all of the little bits of everyday life that mean so much to my family and I. If you have any questions about Project Life please don't hesitate to ask below.

Week 6:

For this week I chose a color scheme of purple and tangerine. I took this idea from my sunrise photo and pulled together an assortment of cards that worked with it. Many are from the Studio Calico Sugar Rush Project Life Kit. I used Google Images to make the Sochi 2014 card and also took a screen shot on my I-phone of my walking route that week.

Week 7:

This was the week of Valentine's Day, so needless to say there is a bunch of pink and red, with touches of aqua and chalkboard thrown in there as well. I used a few digital elements this week, some hand stitching, machine sewing, labels, and I used Google Images yet again to acquire some photos of my favorite Olympians. I really love how the heart digital card turned out, that template was made by Catherine Davis. I used the awesome this moment digital card by Geralyn Sy/ In a Creative Bubble. . I also included some valentine's day cards (one of them flips up-see below, ) and an adorable storyboard my son made for his French class.

Let's talk Project Life. I am still loving using Google Images and including current events. I loved the Olympics this year, but then again, I always love watching the Olympics. Such a fun couple of weeks of sports entertainment. I love that I had a spot to just hi-light a few key events that my family and I enjoyed. I love being able to include cards, random school assignments, and whatever else I want to include into a pocket page. What are some out-of-the-ordinary items you have included in a  pocket page? Have any of you used Google Images or other online sources for pictures before? I would love to hear how you are doing that. What color schemes are you loving lately? I am really starting to like using purple mixed in with other colors. What colors do you have a hard time using? Anything else anyone feel like discussing? Sochi Olympics...what was your favorite hi-light of the games?

*I have linked up my Project Life pages over at The Mom Creative. This is a great place to go to find lots and lots of Project Life inspiration each and every Tuesday*

I will be back tomorrow and later this week with more blogging goodness, until then....

Happy Scrappin'



Monday, February 24, 2014

February, currently.

Seeing the rain hitting the windows outside.
Feeling the warmth of my grandparent's wool blanket on my skin.
Listening to the slow rolls of thunder outside.
Smelling the rain and hopefully a start of spring.
Petting both of the dogs repeatedly today.
Gazing at our new ceiling fan in the family room. 
Planning out a new entertainment center.
Sketching out a furniture plan onto sketch paper.
Writing, and writing, and writing, lists and doodles and ideas.
Being inspired by so many things lately.
Reading blogs and books and magazines and everything I can.
Contemplating a new hair color and style.
Devouring maple nut ice cream earlier this week.
Laying down and resting when my body needs it.
Sleeping well and waking much earlier.
Developing a really great work week routine.
Breathing in and out and in again.
Devoting myself each and everyday to my family.
Reminding myself to take deep breathes when the kids argue.
Hugging my husband more and for longer periods.
Rubbing sore muscles from sewing projects.
Working on algebra with my daughter.
Cutting out letters for her science report.
Beaming at the boy's class work.
Thanking God for this beautiful life, family, and good fortune.
Giving myself over to new changes and new ideas.
Believing that anything is possible.
Smiling and laughing and rejoicing.
Knowing that right now, this is where I am suppose to be.



Sunday, February 23, 2014

Paper Bakery: Love Potion # 9 Cards

Happy Sunday fellow crafters. I am here today to share with you two different cards I made using the Paper Bakery Love Potion #9 Capture 365 Kit.
The first card was made using paper, letter stickers, and the adorable wood button from the kit. I also added in some machine stitching, and used a doily from my stash, as well as a couple drops of Heidi Swapp mist. Additionally, I incorporated a much loved doily punch to make some fun and feminine shapes out of this adorable paper included in the kit.
For my second card, I called on my love of putting things in color order. I have a serious obsession with that, and the Basic Grey RSVP 6 x 6 paper pad included in the Capture 365 kit worked perfectly for just this! I cut all of the paper shown below into 1 inch strips and just sewed them down to a piece of card stock. I then adhered this card stock to the front of a card and added a ribbon, some fun silhouette cuts, and a punched heart. I used glossy accents on the heart to give it a little more shine and to make it look more like enamel. The silhouette cuts I used are a Paper Bakery exclusive. I really love the xoxoxoxox one, isn’t it great? Did you know that you will receive new cut files to use every month if you have a membership.
I will be back later this week with all kinds of posts about life, scrapbooking, and everything else.

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Crafty Organization Thursdays: Card Organization

Good morning fellow crafters, it's Thursday, and you know what that means? Yup, you guessed it. It's time for another Crafty Organization Thursdays post over here at life, scrapbook, repeat. My name is Toni From and I love to organize. Yes, you heard that correctly, I love to organize. Finding solutions for storage problems makes me thrilled beyond a normal level, and the sight of anything arranged in ROY G BIV order is the best thing ever! I started writing this column last year, and have had such a great response lately that I am going to attempt to write it on a semi-weekly basis. As I am writing this, almost 1,000 people have read my last organizational post! How humbling and just so awesome that so many of you enjoy reading about craft organization. If you missed my last column all about storing mists, you can find that HERE.

Today I thought we would take a look at how we organize cards since I was working on this project in my studio last week. I will show you what I did in my studio and then also go over some awesome examples I found on this subject via the web.

As you can see in the photo below, my studio is fairly organized, I am still organizing my island a little more, but the only real problem area was the paperwork and cards on the floor. I filed my paperwork and discarded what I did not need, and dove into my cards. I posted this photo on Instagram last week, I often post studio photos during the week, and if you want to follow along, my social media links are on the right side of the blog. :-)

I took all of my cards in various boxes that you see stacked on the floor above and organized them in this.

I have tried over the years to use various boxes to corral all of my greeting cards in one place. I wanted something with a lid and that was white. I ended up stumbling upon the  Bigso Greeting Card Organizer at the Container Store. I am impressed with just how many cards it holds. I also love that it includes many divided tabs that are just perfect for labeling card categories. This solution is working great for me and I got ever single card in this one box, and I even have a little room to add a few more cards as well! I do realize that many of you do not have a Container Store near you, so I searched the web, and found some other great card storage ideas.

Jen from the amazing blog I Heart Organizing has a great tutorial for making your own tabbed dividers and she even puts them in an adorable container too. I Heart Organizing Greeting Card Organizer.

I love the box she chose for her greeting cards, it is so adorable and happy. She picked this up at Paper Source, but I am sure you can also find similar boxes at your local Target, Dollar Store, Consignment shop, or maybe even in your own crafty space.

From the blog, I found this clever card organizer below.  I love that she uses chalk labels to pretty it up and that this storage solution is also portable. You can find this particular organizer at Amazon, but I have also seen similar lidded boxes at Michael's without the card dividers.

I am also really loving all of these storage solutions found on the web.

As you can see there are many different ways you can organize your greeting cards. I think the most important thing is to organize them in a way that makes sense to you and your budget. I often find storage solutions in items that my family is no longer using, or at local consignment stores. Neighbors have also given me storage items as well as family members. I am always on the lookout for inexpensive storage pieces. It is an obsession, but I love doing it.

Thank you so much for stopping by today, I hope you enjoyed reading all about card organization. I appreciate you being here and taking time out of your day to read my posts. Let's talk card organization today. Anyone else recently discover that they have about twice as many homemade cards than they realized? Yes, I am definitely guilty of that. Anyone else find that they need more of a particular category? What cards do you use the most often? Are your cards organized, or can you find them in your space? 

If you have any ideas about what topic I should cover next time for Crafty Organization Thursdays, I would really appreciate you commenting below. I get my ideas from either things I am currently working on in my studio or other crafter's suggestions. Please do not hesitate to offer suggestions at anytime. 

Happy Organizing,



Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Layout Share: Flourish

I have wanted to make a page about my One Little Word this year. This concept is based on an idea by Ali Edwards. If you missed the post about how I picked my word for this year, you can find it HERE. I picked the word flourish for 2014, and have really been focusing on this word and allowing to just permeate various aspects of my life. When I found this awesome butterfly patterned paper from Studio Calico's new Lemon Lush release, I was so inspired to make a layout about my word. The paper, was a jumping off point for my color scheme, and everything else.

Color Palette: I tried to use the color inspiration below, but the navy just did not jive with so many other light colors I could not make it work, so I switched it out for yellow instead.

Seafoam, Coral, and Lavender, with pops of Gold and Yellow

This layout was so much fun to make. It took a few days to complete, but I had a great time working on it bit by bit while it was snowing outside.

Supplies Used:
  • Sequins-Paper Bakery and stash
  • Puffy stickers-Pinkfresh Studio and Studio Calico
  • Patterned paper-Studio Calico Lemon Lush
  • Cardstock-American Crafts
  • Silhouette Cameo to cut out large circle from patterned paper, could also used a large bowl if you don't have a digital die cutter
  • Wood Veneer-Studio Calico and stash
  • Buttons: October Afternoon and stash
  • Photoshop Elements to type up journaling and print it out
  • Stamp and Brilliance Gold Ink
  • Heidi Swapp Gold Lame Ink
  • Glossy Accents (for sequins and veneer,) American Crafts dot roller adhesive, pop dots, fine tip scissors for fussy cutting out butterflies
  • Embroidery needle and peach floss for hand stitching.
Thank you so much for stopping by today. I appreciate you being here. I will be back tomorrow with another installment of Crafty Organization Thursdays and this time we are discussing how we organize cards, specifically greeting cards. Until next time....

Happy Scrappin'



Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Project Life 2014: Week 5

Today I am back with another Project Life Tuesday post, and yes I am still loving this project. I have week 5 to share with you today, and week 6 is almost finished as well. I am on a roll peeps...on a Project Life roll.

This week, I had fun with some digital stamps and making a collage in Photoshop Elements. I will explain my collage process at the bottom of this post with a step-by-step tutorial.

Week 5: January 27th-February 2nd

How to make a collage in Photoshop Elements:

1. Find photos you want to use for your collage. I found four horizontal (landscape) Seahawks photos courtesy of Google Images, opened up the photos and saved them to my desktop.

2. Open Photoshop Elements and open all of the photos saved to your desktop into this application.
3. Open up a new File> Blank File, and size this document Width: 6 Inches, Height: 4 Inches

4. Crop all four photos to Width: 3 Inches, Height: 2 Inches.
5. Drag and place all four 3 x 2 photos onto the 6 x 4 inch document.
6. Save the collage and merge layers.

7. Add a digital stamp.

8. Save collage with digital stamp
9. Print out 4 x 6 inch collage.

I hope you enjoyed that short and simple tutorial. I love using Google Images to help fill in current events. I am using this tool a lot more this year, and am really loving the results. My family and I are huge Seahawks fans, and this collage helped to capture our excitement of the Superbowl. Next week I will show you how I used Google Images and Photoshop to capture the Olympics. I am loving the Sochi games, and am so glad I found a way to capture some of my favorite highlights.

Let's talk digital elements in Project Life today. Are you a fan? What sort of digital elements are you including in your Project Life pages? What kinds of digital elements would you like to learn more about? If you are unsure if you would use this tool on a regular basis, you can always download a free  30-day trial for Adobe Photoshop and try it out. That is exactly what I did 1.5 years ago, and I am never going back. I really enjoy using Photoshop to edit photos, crop, resize, and also to add all kinds of fun digital stamps, make collages, and even to use digital templates from time to time. I used Ali Edwards and Studio Calico digital stamps for this layout and I highly recommend both. *I have linked up my Project Life pages over at The Mom Creative. This is a great place to go to find lots and lots of Project Life inspiration each and every Tuesday.*

Thank you for stopping by today, I will be back tomorrow with a fun layout to share with you, and if you follow me on Instagram you will recognize this color inspiration photo. I ended up switching out one of the colors, but really like how this layout turned out, I can't wait to share it with you.

I will also be back on Thursday for another installment of Crafty Organization Thursday, this week we will be looking at how we organize cards. I will show you my personal organizational method and point out a few others I have seen via the web.

I hope to see y'all back later this week, and until then...

Happy Scrappin'



Monday, February 17, 2014

Farewell to Archivers: I Heart You!

On February 16th, 2014 the Scrapbook world shined a little less bright. The previous day, Archiver's officially closed all of their doors and went out of business. To say this was heartbreaking to hear, and even worse to see happen, would be an understatement.

I moved to the North Carolina approximately 2 1/2 years ago from Washington State. It was a very difficult adjustment for me, for a variety of reasons. When we first arrived here I missed my family, my friends, my hobby, the moderate Washington summers, and I missed our house. I was in a new city, in a rented townhome I didn't particularly love, and it was a record-breaking muggy summer and the bugs were absolutely disgusting. I got more mosquito bites that first month in that townhome then in my entire life! The first 25 days here were in the 100+ degree category with high humidity, and my husband was working long hours with a very arduous commute. Life was difficult. I felt so depressed in our new home, and lost in my new city. A couple of weeks into our new surroundings, I decided to take a drive one day to familiarize myself with our area and to clear my head. I stumbled upon an Archiver's store that was only 5 minutes from our townhome and instantly my mood lifted.

Growing up, Archiver's was one of those stores that I saw featured in the back of Creating Keepsakes magazine and always dreamed about visiting, but never thought I would actually see since I lived in Washington State. When I say stumbling upon that store was a complete game changer, I am not exaggerating. Just knowing that there was an awesome scrapbook store in my area made my mindset shift, and I thought to myself, well if Raleigh has an Archiver's it can't be that bad.

Unfortunately, Archiver's was closed that day, but I made a plan to go back and visit soon, quit moping, and start unpacking more of the boxes in our disorganized townhome, and specifically to unpack all of my crafty stuff, so that I could get creative. That is exactly what I did the next week, and the very next day I walked into Archiver's for the very first time. Our local Archiver's in Raleigh, North Carolina had some of the nicest employees and fellow scrappers that I have ever had the pleasure to meet. Just driving there and knowing you would soon be surrounded by these wonderful people was enough to turn even the worst days into something enjoyable. I made so many friends at this store, and some I plan on continuing to scrap with on a regular basis post-Archiver's.

Archiver's I will miss you. I will miss all of my scrappy friends. I will miss browsing the aisles and aisles of pretty paper and embellishments. I will miss knowing that you are just a short drive away.  THIS song by Boyz II Men seems most fitting. The below photo was taken the last night Archiver's was open during their final crop. There was lots of reminiscing, teary eyes, and photos that night. You  will be missed Archier's.

Thank you for the memories.


Friday, February 14, 2014


We have a lot of snow on Wednesday and Thursday…some serious snow. Now I realize that if you live in parts of the world where snow is a normal thing, this might not seem like a big deal. Here in Raleigh area, North Carolina, getting a lot of snow is HUGE. It is all anyone talks about, school closes before the snow hits, work closes, and all of that. The kids have been out of school since Wednesday and we have enjoyed extra family time together.

The snow started to fall on Wednesday right around 1pm and by 3pm it was a complete white out. The snow came down fast and hard and it was super windy to boot. We had blizzard like conditions, and I must admit, looked completely gorgeous from inside my toasty warm house. I don't really "do" cold. I am not a cold weather fan, I live for the sun, but the white stuff, sure is beautiful.

If you care to see some of my "Snow Coverage," I took a few videos via Instagram video and you can find those on my account "tonifrom." I have a video of when the snow first started falling, two hours in, and the final one shows the dogs and my daughter playing in the snow. Hard to say who had more fun with that one.

I have a couple of photos I want to share with you today.

I hope all of you had a great end to the week. I am headed to a crop tomorrow at our local Archiver's. It will be the final crop ever and final day that Archiver's is open. I am going with a good friend, and we are both still so sad that all of the stores are closing. So sad, but so thankful I get to be there for the final day. I will see you all next week with a layout to share, a couple of week of Project Life, some card organization, and also some more crafty goodness. Until then…

Happy Scrappin'



Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Project Life 2014: Weeks 2, 3, and 4

Happy Tuesday, and you know what that means right? It's time for another Project Life Tuesday. The day of the week where I share my most recent Project Life pages and hopefully inspire some of you to get on the Project Life bandwagon as well. This is my fourth year working on Project Life, and I still love it. I love that I have a place to document all of the funny little things my kids say, and yes there are two hilarious quotes in the images below. Happy browsing!

Week 2

This is my favorite title card to date. I used a 4 x 6 wood veneer and had a blast filling in the little 
circles with patterned paper, enamel dots, chipboard, and sequins. My favorites.

This close-up shows you some of my favorite techniques. 1. Using Google Images to document 
current events "Polar Vortex." 2. Including personal memorabilia (hubby's car tag for work 
at the EPA this week. 3. Lots of journaling to tell our story (including on a photo.) 
4. Stitching, and yes I now use my sewing machine.

Week 3

 This close-up shows you some of my imperfect stitching, a digital stamp, some hand journaling 
directly onto a photo, date stamping, and a fun sequin embellishment on a journal card.

For this image, I was trying to show you some ways I use veneer elements. I staple wood 
veneer directly onto photos, and also use wood paperclips. I incorporated some zigzag 
stitching as well, a flair badge adhered to the outside of my page protector using glue dots, 
and a great photo of Russell Wilson via Google images.

Week 4

 I love using bullet points (or in this case puffy stickers) to hi-light journaling for multiple photos. 
I also love messy stamping, journaling around elements on journaling cards, 
and shaped paperclips. Seriously how cute are they?

More zigzag stitching here, journaling directly onto a photo using Photoshop Elements, 
and the glimpse of a funny quote.

Thank you for stopping by today at life, scrapbook, repeat. I appreciate you being here. If you like what you see on this blog please subscribe, that way you know you won't miss any of my blog posts. :-) I also have links to various social media sites on the right side of the blog as well. I would love to see you there. I will be back with some more scrappy goodness later this week and I would love to see you back.

Let's talk Project Life today. Anyone else loving pocket page style scrapbooking? Anyone not loving the process? Is there anyway I can help you? If you are looking for more Project Life inspiration, I have most of my 2013 and my 2014 pages under the label "Project Life" on the right side of the blog. I also highly recommend checking out "The Mom Creative" blog. Jessica Turner posts Project Life pages every Tuesday, and even hosts a link-up where you can find many different takes on this worthwhile project. I link my pages up there every week as well.