Time to get out those wet weather photos! The newest collection in the shop is inspired by my favorite kind of weather: rainy days. There’s just something about the sound of rain falling and the muted tones of grey skies that’s so soothing and comforting. It’s a great motivator to stay indoors and curl up with a good book or tackle one of the many projects on my rainy day to do list.… Read More
Good morning! It’s Carly here today to share my quick 5 step process for creating my project life album pages. I don’t have a lot of time to document so streamlining my process and keeping my pages super simple is key in keeping up.
Step 1 – picking the story I want to tell
I keep a long list of things I want to capture at the front of my project life album and whenever I’m feeling stuck as to what to document for a particular week, I will look at my list for ideas.… Read More
Good Monday morning everyone! Kelly here and I am bringing you a new edition of the Press Exhibit. Each month the creative team makes projects with the Paislee Press Products of their choice for us to enjoy. As they do every month, the team has really outdone themselves with their gorgeous work!… Read More
New cut file + journal card set in the shop and….it’s FREE for presslist subscribers! Check your inbox for download details. Not a subscriber? Sign up today and an email will be sent to you within 24 hours. The offer is valid thru March 19th so sign up as soon as possible.… Read More
Documenting each of our trips with a single pocket page layout usually means including lots of photos, which can make keeping things simple a challenge. Here’s how I keep my pages (and my process) as streamlined and minimal as possible when I’m including lots of photos.
Here’s the layout I’m working with for this post, documenting a four-day trip we took to Malta:
Here’s a close-up of the left side:
And the right side:
one / Choose photos that have white space
One of the ways I keep things simple is to choose a mix of photos, some of which include white space.… Read More