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Technique Tuesday

Stampin' Up! Concept Artist ~

Documenting March

So . . . Month 3 of going back and documenting 2012—and I am in love with this project more than ever. I just love so much that I am getting these memories documented because I seriously have the worst memory. I also love that these pictures aren't just sitting in my computer collecting digital dust.  


This month last year we found out that we were going to have another little girl. It is so crazy that she is now almost 7 months old . . . wow, how time flies! We had a little gender-reveal party with our closest friends. I documented that with an insert I made by cutting up our page protectors. It was such a cool moment that I want to remember forever.


I also documented how polished Lucy looks when she heads to school in the mornings, and then how crazy she looks when I pick her up after school. Is that really the same little girl? Another fun thing this month is a quote that I recorded about her telling me that I am the best mommy ever. That is definitely something I will need to look back on when she is a teenager . . . right!

Putting my pages together this month was so much fun. There are so many new products that I am in love with. The new This and That Designer Stickers, Designer Series Paper, Designer Washi Tape, and the This and That Rotary Stamp are so perfect for this style of documenting. I am also loving our new digital downloads—the Hello There Kit, Nobody’s Business Photobook, and Happy Things Pocket Cards. As you can tell, I had some serious fun using these downloads to make some cute journaling cards.


So have I talked any of you into joining me on this scrapbooking adventure yet? Leave a note and let me know.


Arika B.
Concept Artist 


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