Scrapbooking Stash Dive – Pick 5 old products

Hey scrappy friends! Today I am sharing a quick and easy stash dive with you. The basic concept is this: dive into your stash, grab 5 products to use for a project, then create something! The “rules” are very loosey-goosey: one product can be a whole pack of embellishments, or a couple of papers from one collection., or just one teeny tiny little piece you’ve kept and just love. Also, you are in no way limited to the five items you’ve chosen; if you feel like adding a whole bunch more, go for it! But the goal is simply to make good use of those five products you’ve picked. …

Storage Sunday – How I store my embellishments

Hiya everybody! Hope you are having a lovely Sunday! We got a lovely suggestion from our friend Joanne, and so this Sunday I want to share some of my storage for my scrapbooking embellishments with you! Embellishments are a big beast to cover; there are so many varieties and shapes and forms and philosophies on how to store it all. It feels like I have been through a million different ways of storage, and there are certainly proof of that in my stash, so to slim it down a little I will show a little bit of what is most current for …

Storage Sunday – How I store my alphas: Stickers, Thickers and misc

Hello everybody, and welcome to another Storage Sunday! This time I thought I’d show you how I store my alpha stickers, Thickers, chipboards and whatnot. My storage solution for these items have changed a million times over my years of scrapbooking, depending on types of alphas and the amount collected.  I’ve had them in albums, binders, envelopes, plastic bags, boxes… I’ve had them together and separate, spread out in my stash and sorted away. When I first started out scrapbooking, alpha stickers felt like an expensive commodity, something hard to find, and something “I’d do without”. So in the beginning I mostly invested in practical alpha …

Traditions & Midsummer –

Summer is drawing closer and so is one of the best holidays in Sweden: Midsummer. For me it’s the kick off of summer, and even though it’s usually cold and rainy (typical Swedish Midsummer) you can still feel the promises of warm and lazy days to come. I get to spend it on my favourite place on earth, out by our summer cabin, and I get to spend it with friends and family. It is much more relaxed than any other holiday I know; there is no time schedule, no worries about finding the right gifts for people, and instead …

B-day card for Nat

Oh, of course, I forgot to post the picture of the card I made Natalie for her birthday! I got this beautiful Graphic 45 paper from Sara, and decided it would be perfect for the card I was going to make. It was a lot of fun to make, I used metal wire and beads and feathers and sequins and chipboard. So, this was the result: