When I was a child my mother subscribed to the English "Look at Learn" magazine for me, and I would pour over it. Often they would have features about interesting and unusual places around the world and I found those especially fascinated.
Growing up in remote and quiet New Zealand (where we moved to when I was little) you felt you could never be quite sure the rest of the world existed outside of the pages of books or on TV.
One month the article was about the Haw Par Vi
I waited for ages to scrap these photos of Daughter-two and her friend getting mucky with the black sand at a West coast beach for the redo of her 'age Four' album.
The final result, created with this week's new photobook templates and new 'pocket bits' elements makes me very happy. Which is all you can ask for as a scrapbooker ;-) I used the templates and elements for some more of the last pages of her age four album: And I used the templates for this page scrapping photos
(By tkradtke) Do you love a road trip? Or do you love the feeling of boarding a plane?
I don't mind a long-haul plane trip (and, in New Zealand, to get to anywhere really exciting that means 12 hours plus!) but short plane trips I dread now. So much hassle at either end that it's often much easier and more fun to drive.
Anyway, whether it's a road trip or a plane trip you are scrapping, I have a travel themed kit in store today: AND a new template pack: #travelscrapbookin
Do you have lots of photos to scrap?
Looking for "photos first" pocket pages with a difference?
I have another set of "Messy Pockets: Noted" new in store (and on sale) at The Lilypad: And it is also your chance to pick up the new bundle of both sets at a rather silly price! There are so many different page options with this second set of templates, including one for a BIG photo (ideal for the hero photos of the day, perhaps facing another pocket page with lots of pics) an