This blog has been up and running for two years now. How cool is that?
In the past two years, I’ve published 236 posts. That’s an average of a post every three days. Not too shabby.
The most popular post by far has been the post where I shared tools to help document a Week in the Life. A lot of people have been using it for inspiration for Project Life as well.
The most popular video has been the one that I made about how to cover an old vinyl binder with a large sheet of paper. Definitely NOT my best video. (So much time wasted, and so many goofy errors!) But it definitely has good information in it. My favorite videos are my very first– a start to finish process video, and a tool technique one, where I show three ways to use alpha stamps other than as titles or journaling. Also, the video I made for those who sign up for my email list, about ways to avoid making stamping errors is pretty awesome too. But that one you need to pay me with your email address.
I’ve made one mini-digital supply kit. You can find it here for free! I have plans to make more. I keep getting hung up on the idea that I need to be able to draw. I don’t really, but mental roadblocks are hard to work around sometimes.
Go ahead, pick a month from the archive list, I bet you’ll find something interesting!
I hope to keep giving you inspiration that helps you avoid the excuses that get in the way of scrapbooking.
And for those of you who want to scrapbook but have yet to actually make a page?
I’ve got something coming for you:
I’m planning on releasing it on Kindle in January. Hopefully it will be the first of many. How’s that for exciting?