Lindsey loves fall, but she loves fall paper even more. She was so excited to use her Hello Autumn Carta Bella Paper kit as well as some templates from the new Fall Design Kit. Gail Owens so happened to have the same paper line as well as the same love for fall, so she recreated Lindseys fall layout but added her own personal touches and pictures.
Kiwi Lane challenged Amy and Susan to a sketch challenge…but here’s the twist; they had to use the same sketch. It was so much fun to watch them play-to-create their own versions of the layout design and add their own personal touch along the way. Check out their creations and feel free to share!
If we had the chance to tell our past self about Coronavirus, quarantine, or closing schools, what would our past self say? Maybe they might have said ‘bonkers!’ or ‘interesting….’, but scrapbooking gives us a chance to take these crazy experiences and to make them more personal and more human so that we can connect and share these events with future generations who will say ‘so that’s how it was!’ instead of ‘huh? Really?’
In this spirit, Amy decided to share her covid school layout in hopes of making these events more memorable and personal for her and her children.
We are living in a unique time and experiencing unprecedented events like quarantine and the Coronavirus. Kiwi Lane believes in recording these events and telling your Covid story, both the good and bad. So we’ve asked Jodi Schersand to share some ways she is recording and remembering her quarantine life.
Pocket Scrapbooking makes memory keeping simple, as does the play-to-create system in general. But pocket scrapbooking is unique in the sense that it allows you to easily slip photos, journaling cards, and embellishments in different pockets creating a unique and focused page.