Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Garden of the Fugitives

Not every scrapbook page I create documents something celebratory. Sometimes in our travels we witness something or someplace that is moving and deserving of remembrance, despite having some sad associations. The Garden of the Fugitives in Pompeii was one such … Continue reading

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Rosettes and Roses

I usually tend towards clean, modern lines for the cards and scrapbooking pages, but I also like to challenge myself to try new styles and techniques, which is what I did for this mother’s day card.  Tell me what you think: I … Continue reading

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Shopping Mecca

Sometimes I want to scrapbook a memory, but I don’t really have any photos to show off.  I had this problem when I wanted to scrap my shopping experience in Milan.  What I did have, however, was a tag from … Continue reading

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One Card, Two Takes

If you are anything like me, you love to use swirly, girly, flowery stamps on your cards.  Unfortunately, I have more guys in my life than gals, so I have to reign in my feminine side and make some guy … Continue reading

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