Holidays always provide a touchpoint for looking at the traditions that endure and the inevitable changes that occur over time. In this video blog by Christy Strickler, we take a look at personal Thanksgiving experiences over time. Click here to see the original blog post with designer notes here.
It’s the season for moving up, moving on, and ceremonies celebrating accomplishments and new starts. In Christy Strickler‘s video version of this Get It Scrapped blog post, we’ll explore ideas for making pages that celebrate the achievement of milestones in life. Click here to see the original blog post with detailed designer notes.
Starting September 2nd, we’ll spend 2 months studying Pocket Page Design at the Get It Scrapped membership. The class starts with the delivery of an idea- and instruction-packed eBook. It’s followed up by 10 live webinars (and recordings) with our contributing teachers, Doris Sander, Amy Mallory, Adrienne Alvis, Amber Ries and Tracie Claiborne. Get inside their creative […]
The Last Supper–and prequel to Easter–was a Passover dinner. Spring is the time for celebrating these holidays, and they quite often make for pretty pretty pictures. Read on for ideas for scrapbooking them. Kristy T says, “This page is about our tradition of doing an Easter Egg hunt each year on Easter Sunday.” “I wanted […]
Are you lucky? Or do you believe in something other than luck? Telling stories about your experiences with and attitude about luck is a great springboard for scrapbook pages that reveal personality and character. Scrapbooking ideas for a few “lucky” stories follow. Kristy T says, “This page documents the first of many fishing trips with my dad […]
Scrapbooking stash comes in a variety of forms, from the 500-pack of jewelry tags to the themed elements that accrue over the years. Take a look at how our creative team shares ideas for stash-busting those Christmas scrapbook supplies in your bins. Susanne Brauer says, “These are the annual group shots of our family gathering at Christmas. […]
Each of us have our own culture and approach to celebrating December holidays. Many of those approaches are a result of holidays you’ve experienced in the past — and of the way important people in your life have shared their recipes, tips, and traditions with you. Yet other holiday mentors can be influences sought out in books, […]
Are you making a daily December (or December Daily) album to record your holiday activities? What’s the cover look like and what supplies are you using? Did you buy a kit for that purpose or are you gathering from your stash? Need some inspiration? See what our Creative Team has put together for their own […]
Holidays always provide a touchpoint for looking at the traditions that endure and the inevitable changes that occur over time. Here we take a look at personal Thanksgiving experiences over time. Heather Awsumb says, “As an expatriate living abroad the people in my life are constantly fluctuating. This page is about the varying cast of […]
by Amber Ries Scrapbooking events can be a challenge–but family and friends love seeing the photos from special events in scrapbook page albums. When I look back at all of the layouts I’ve created, my favorites are ones are events scrapbook pages — those with photos of family outings, holidays, and vacations. Though layouts with one […]