Come join us over at the Awesome Ladies Project for…..
Yes you read that right – The Awesome Ladies now have an app.
I’ve been helping Beta test it and can tell you it is amazing. It makes surfing the ALP while you are out & about so much easier. Posting photos from your phone is a breeze.
Join us at 8am AEST (6pm EST) for the launch which will feature a demo of the app with Kristin, a scavenger hunt, fun challenges, AND a free trial of the ALP All Access Club.
Right now you can sign up for a free two-week free trial of the Awesome Ladies Project All Access Club.
If you haven’t already downloaded the brand new Awesome Ladies Project app, you can do so now — both in the iOS App Store (Apple) and in the Google Play store (Android).
It’s been awhile so please excuse the dust and moving furniture as we perform a bit of a blog spring clean over the next week.
Tidying up some categories, tags and links. Making sure there are photos and alt text where there is meant to be. That sort of thing.
I love my Daily Pages. I may take a break from them from time to time but I know it’s a little crafty goodness I can dive into at any time and not feel behind.
For example, I haven’t created a little book in months but for September I’m back doing my pages, Monday to Friday and enjoying it.
It’s somewhere I can create, practice techniques, just have some craft fun and not stress about it being ‘perfect’. Some of my favourites are nothing more than some washi & a quote card, a quote card and some word stickers. stamping, you get the idea. It’s the home of my Currently cards and my Thursday 3 lists. It’s the place I chuck my favourite quotes or things I see on Instagram.
You can check out my Daily Pages tag.
Kristin at the Awesome Ladies is holding a 5 day email challenge for beginners and seasoned Daily Pagers alike. You can read more about it (& sign up to join us) by heading over to Daily Pages Challenge sign up.
You’ll also be some of the first to hear about the amazing things Kristin has been working on
I can’t share exactly what it is yet but it is super exciting. If you are a scrapbooker, you won’t want to miss it.
That’s all I’m saying…… for now.
Photo by Kristina Flour on Unsplash
If you’ve been following me for awhile you know how much I enjoyed The Reset Girl camps and guess what? It’s time for the 2021 summer camp.
This year Cori is holding a pre-camp workshop to make a little Mini Me. I’m getting the girls involved and we’ll take our minis on some adventures.
Want to know more? Check out the Camp page over here.
July 3 marked the end of my 100 days for 2021. More food and cats.
Can’t wait for next year and another 100 days.
Time for my Cutie Keeper share for the last few months, cause I’ve fallen behind in the sharing stakes.
I used a bunch of papers from Planners Anonymous for my hexi page. Loving these. It’s pretty quick and easy to do. More Planners Anon papers and stickers for my Fussy Spread.
Christmas spread – card from a swap and a page from Simple Stories.
Our Take Me Away day was based in New Orleans for Mardi Gras.
Another hexi page. Just a bunch of floral and green papers this month.
Take Me Away day was…. where else but Ireland. So much green. And a special happy mail tag from fellow Aussie cutie, Sue <3
Finished off the month with a little colour by numbers.
Still a few pages to finish for March but I can come back and work on them whenever the creative urge strikes. Love that!
Seriously loving be part of the Cuties. It reminds me of the old TRG lives but without the faith component. Kelly & Paula are both girls of faith but welcoming of those who aren’t, don’t discuss their faith much and seriously are too much fun. Just sayin’
Anywho for $10US a month you do get so much. Lots of lives and LOADS of printables and LOADS of fun!
Interested? Check it out over at Crafty Destinations.
Another month and it’s nearly all food and kitties again, this is my life hehe
Well oops I forgot I said I was going to share my March pics on their own. Oh well. There seems to be a bit of a theme – food and cats Oh and a baby thrown in for good measure (not mine, she’s my niece)
See you next month!
I’ve been a pocket scrapper for so long. To be honest I haven’t kept up with it at all since probably 2018. I’ve dabbled a bit with planning the pages but that’s it. When I saw Heidi Swapp’s class Stop the Blur advertised in May last year, I was curious. I didn’t join that month but after seeing a few spreads around the net (& getting a discount for the first month) I bit the bullet and joined. Each month Heidi shares 4 techniques and a printable to use in your planner.
Anywho, I was given the Storyline Chapters planner for my birthday in January and I think I’m slowly becoming a memory planner.
I’ve managed to keep up with the monthly spreads. It’s actually really easy. Each calendar page has monthly highlights, things that make me smile and a few photos from the month.
The next spread is something that happened each day (a line a day, if you will), In the News for major news stories, events, important things to remember, monthly highlights and goals. I’m also including the new recipes we’ve tried, what we’re watching and the monthly Covid stats for the world and Australia. Starting in March I also added a section for what was happening this time last year. It’s been interesting looking back and seeing how Covid unfolded and changed our lives.
I’m slowly working through my weekly spreads but they aren’t ready to share in order yet. You can definitely see when I started getting more game with embellishments. Hopefully I’ll be back soon and share January and February weeklies with you all.
If you are interested in checking out Stop the Blur, pop on over to Heidi’s website (while you are there, check out the Stop the Blur kit too).