Do you have Family Videos that you would like to add to your scrapbooking album? That’s no problem! From a video of your kids playing their favorite sport, a piano recital, or just a joke, in three simple steps, you can make your family videos accessible by simply adding them to your layouts!
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Wether you are going to a crop night or climbing Mount Everest, there’s no need to leave your crafting supplies at home (A bit of an exaggeration, we know)! Simply create your own ‘Grab-n-Go System”. Tonya has a few organizing tips and products that will make traveling to crop nights or going on vacation with your Kiwi Lane Paper and Templates easier.
I love paper but It has been a journey, that’s for certain! There have been two parts of this journey; 1. defining my relationship with paper and 2. managing it, and in between the two I’ve had to simplify the process of using it. Before I go into how I’ve managed my paper stash, I wanted to talk about my relationship with paper and how it has evolved over the years. From single sheet paper to Double Layout Kits, there has been something to be learned from all of it.
It is finally Spring! With everything warming up and coming to life, it’s time to clean out the home, and maybe even your crafting room (or as Susan calls it; your ‘Play room’). Let’s have a look at these 6 great storage products as well as some questions you should tackle before and after your organizing journey.
This is a simple project that you can put together using some sheets of felt and a sewing machine. You can use this for a birthday event or simply to decorate your crafting room! Or, if you use platforms like Zoom or google meet to attend school, work, or other meetings, it’s a fun backdrop to have as you get to work!
The beautiful thing about Bullet Journaling is that it can be whatever you need it to be, but at its core, it is designed to help you organize your life and increase productivity. It can be a diary, sketchbook, art portfolio, gratitude journal, as well as a daily planner. But as you dip your toe into the world of Bullet Journaling try not to overwhelm yourself with all that potential!
Spring is right around the corner and you know what that means! It’s time to brighten up those crafts from deep reds and greens to those pastel colors and Easter crafts! Easter has a lot of iconic symbols for you to work with from eggs, bunnies, and adorable chics. Do you know what that reminds me of? The new Tiny Egg Hunt accessory set! Tiny Egg Hunt has all the pieces to make your own festive Easter basket (or a tiered tray) and It also comes with a doodle sheet to make each of your new bunnies, chicks, and eggs completely unique!
Let us set the scene: You just finished a project, it could be a layout, card, snap frame, or whatever you’ve sat down to do! You’re all sunshine and rainbows because it’s finally done! And then you look around, realizing you’ve made a mess (Unless you’re that rare clean crafter type- let us know!) and you’ve come to a crossroad….throw out the scraps or keep them? The decision doesn’t have to be hard if you know how you’re going to organize that mess! Here is the key to organizing and condensing your scraps so that you can easily use them later down the road!