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Scrapping with the Seasons - March edition

This year I’m challenging myself to play along with a goal for seasonal scrapbooking. I plan to scrap with the seasons this year. What does that mean? Well, for me it is easy to get motivated to create pages around the themes that I am currently thinking about. In March, that happens to be St. Patrick’s Day and spring. The twist is that I won’t only focus on those subjects in the here and now of 2019, but I will go back through my old March photo files from the past as well. It’s a fun and creative way for me to approach the never-ending dream of getting “caught up” on memory keeping.

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Scrapping with the Seasons - February edition

Throughout this year, I’m challenging myself to play along with a goal for seasonal scrapbooking. I plan to scrap with the seasons this year. What does that mean? Well, for me it is easy to get motivated to create pages around the themes that I am currently thinking about. In February, that happens to be love and Valentines. The twist is that I won’t only focus on those subjects in the here and now of 2019, but I will go back through my old February photo files from the past as well. It’s a fun and creative way for me to approach the never-ending dream of getting “caught up” on memory keeping.

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Art journaling and some creative decisions

I’ve decided that I really can’t go very long without some digital art journaling. It really does feed my creative soul. It’s funny because the style I use for art journaling is very different than the one I use in my general scrapbooking and even in my designing. Maybe that is why I need it so much.

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Scrapping with the Seasons - January edition

I’ve thought about this for several years now and decided to finally challenge myself to play along with this idea. I plan to scrap with the seasons this year. What does that mean? Well, for me it is easy to get motivated to create pages around the themes that I am currently thinking about. In January, that happens to be new beginnings, goals, New Year’s celebrations, and winter.

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