I did it, you guys!!! I'm not going to lie, I have been struggling with book videos, but I did a January unboxing and book haul video 🙂 I'm not sure why I find these videos so hard, but I'm working through it and plan to make at least one book video a month. I've… Continue reading January Reading Wrap-Up!
Well, I don't mean to brag or anything, but I had a great start to my 2018 scrappy year, lol 😀 I chose GROWTH as my One Little Word, and my goal for this year was to use the word to motivate me to be crafty everyday. I think crafting is like any other skill,… Continue reading January ’18 Scrappy Wrap Up!
Today I'm participating in the CBOI Hop (Craft Bunker of Ignorance). It was inspired by a wave of wanting to help share and promote each other's social media platforms so please play along and share the love 🙂 We all started with a sketch designed for the hop by Irit Landgraf. I knew I was… Continue reading CBOI Hop: Alpaca Love
This week for the Wild Whisper DT I decided to use the sketch I posted in my local scrapbooking group for January's sketch challenge, and create a 12x12 layout. I didn't do any 12x12 scrapbooking in December and I was excited to get back into it but I also felt a little rusty. A sketch… Continue reading Wild Whisper DT: Adventure Ahead
I am so excited to be a part of the Wild Whisper Design Team this year. I am so proud of the work Suzy and Heather are doing with their proudly Canadian company. I'm looking forward to a really fun year. For my first project I was inspired by one of the cards in their… Continue reading Wild Whisper Design Team: Bring it On 2018
And just like that, another month gone. How was your November? Ours was great!!! We've had gorgeous weather, and lots of holiday fun. This month I collaborated with a lovely scrapbooker, Daisie from Daisie's Scraps on a fun Christmas card series where we took our inspiration from Kristina Werner's Holiday card series and tried our… Continue reading November’s Scrappy Wrap-Up
October is my favourite reading month because I love horror and thrillers!!! I participated in the Spookathon readathon and had so much fun! I read Relic by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child. This is the first book in their Pendergast series. I read The Cabinet of Curiosities several years ago without realizing that it was… Continue reading October Reading Wrap-Up