It’s hot, sticky, wet and just generally, almost border line miserable around here. In fact, if I’m not in the pool, I’m seeking out the air-conditioned basement, where I can sit in my scrap room and create for hours. I also try to catch up on my scrapbooking mags and idea books during this time of year too. Anything to keep busy in the air conditioning. So what can you catch up on this week in the Scrapbooking Blog?
Monday July 9th
Life is full of annoying things. And no matter how blessed we are, or feel, they can sometimes aggravate us. I recently read a book that talked about facing these annoyances before they get out of hand.
So what’s been going on in the scrapbooking blog this week? More than enough to hold your interest, with so much more coming all summer long. As usual, the week in review is designed to recap the week, and help you find articles you might have missed.
Tuesday July 10th
Creating an album in a weekend, is much easier than completing an album in a day. Some scrapbookers spend most of their time dedicating themselves to getting an entire album done in one single weekend.
Wednesday July 11th
Schedules are important. For some people, they are the only way they know how to survive day to day. Everyone has one, even when they do not think they do. Waking up in the morning is even part of a schedule, even if it does occur at different times everyday.
Thursday July 12th
Have you ever arrived at the counter of your scrapbook store, arms loaded with wonderful papers, embellishments and the latest and greatest tools, only to get the big shocker when the cashier rings up the total and you’ve spent far more than you thought you had? Yeah. Me too.
Friday July 13th
One of the largest complaints I hear from scrapbook supply collectors, aka scrapbookers, is that they have a difficult time finding time, or making time to scrapbook. This can be a real problem when you have loads of photographs to scrapbook and you keep taking more.
Saturday July 14th
There is nothing better than being organized. That in itself can help save you money in the long run. However, getting to that point, sometimes seems like a long battle.
Sunday, July 15th
Scrapbooking with an elementary aged child, is without a doubt full of laughter, a lot of giggles, funny stories and a creative mess. However, it is important that this age be allowed the freedom to create whatever it is their hearts desire.
Watch for more terrific scrapbooking and paper crafts articles coming up this week, found only in the scrapbooking blog!