For this week’s Capture spread, I used the backside of the October calendar pocket page insert and a 3 x 5″ / 4 x 6″ divided page protector. I also put my Cameo die cutting machine to work and used a handful of BG cut files to embellish my layout. I’m telling you, that machine…it’s the stuff of DIY dreams.
I’m loving the way the Stems cut file turned out on the Crumb Cakes paper from Persimmon. Just the right amount of pattern.
For this page, I treated one of my favorite Snippets like patterned paper and used it as a colorful background for my bridal shower photos. I also busted out the Persimmon waterfall pack for the title and label stickers.
And in the interest of keeping things real, this is what it looks like when I shoot my Capture spreads. Every. Single. Time.
Another week, another Capture spread! This time I changed things up a little and alternated one divided page protector with a calendar pocket insert for storing all of my wedding / bridal shower / moving-to-Pasadena memorabilia. Life is nothing short of CRAZYTOWN right now, but I’m trying my hardest to enjoy every last moment.
P.S. You can read more about my process + supply list here!
Another week, another Capture spread! The highlight of the past week was definitely seeing Flight of the Conchords (among other comedians) at Oddball in Irvine. ‘Twas AMAZING. Also, I may or may not have a fat crush on Jemaine.
To showcase the event, I used a full-size page protector to create a mini layout and tucked my ticket behind the photo. I also added a little title to my photo in Photoshop before printing, just to expedite the process a little bit. The “Favorite” Snippet actually comes from the 25th & Pine waterfall pack. Who says you have to wait until the holidays to use Christmas products? Not this gal!
On the second page, I used a 4 x 6″ / 1.25 x 6″ divided page protector to house two of my wedding crafting photos and that awesome die cut arrow paper from one of the designer journal inserts. There’s also a handful of the usual suspects, including label + arrow stickers, ledger paper, and red + pink Candy Buttons. But of course.
Hope your week is off to a great start! Don’t forget that tomorrow is the last day to enter to win a spot in this amazing class! ;)
Another week, another Capture spread! As much as I am ready for Fall and the start of the holidays, I’ve got stuff to do, September! Slow your roll! This week’s spread features a mix of Capture, Persimmon, and Carte Postale. I also used a mix of solid and divided page protectors to keep things from looking too uniform. Heaven forbid there be uniformity in my projects ;)
For this page, I alternated 3 x 3″ squares of Pecan Pie paper and a phrase die cut with photos. I also used a variety of Carte Postale embellishments, Capture vellum tape, and Candy Buttons to enhance the page even further.
On the second page, I used Capture ledger paper, Snippets, a gold feather, and alpha stickers to create a mini layout featuring one of my favorite wedding crafts that I worked on recently. Mini layouts juuuust might be my favorite way to use Capture albums. I definitely favor the rectangular shape and creative freedom, but on a smaller (read: more manageable) scale than 8.5 x 11″ pages.
P.S. You can read more about this spread over here!
For this week’s Capture spread, I used a mix of divided page protectors to showcase our recent engagement photos and two quick Instax pictures that we took on the fly (I lurve that little camera). I have to say that actually having lots of photos to pick and choose from (vs. scrambling to find images at the last moment) makes the whole creative process so much more fluid. Remember this, Ann-Marie!
For the left page, I used a mix of Capture, 25th & Pine, and Persimmon products, including my favorite supply of the moment / of all time: these printed feathers. Ugh, I’m obsessed. As always, I placed products above and below the page protectors to break up the grid and keep the pockets nice + smooth.
For the right page, I alternated photos with RSVP papers embellished with printed feathers, Capture alphas, and a little neon yellow paint.
P.S. You can read more about this week’s spread over here!
Last week was all about big changes, so it was only fair that I titled my Capture spread accordingly (and as for those red-orange acetate alphas? I’ll take a thousand packs, thanks!). Additionally, I have no interest in this blazing Summer heatwave we are currently suffering through (#WHY), so I broke out all of my favorite new supplies from BG’s forthcoming Autumn and Christmas lines. That’ll snap a girl riiiight out of her overly-sweaty, anti-Summer funk. At least for five minutes.
Instagram photos of DIY wedding projects paired with some of my new fave supplies, including arrow die-cuts from Persimmon and the most perfect shade of aqua in the form of 25th & Pine vellum tape strips? YES PLEASE.
Lots of journaling this week, which felt like a nice change of pace for once. Usually I am trying to squeeze in as many photos as possible that I run out of room for writing down my thoughts. Alas, this week’s brain dump was made possible by a sheet from the always-handy Capture ledger pad. Yay for journaling!
P.S. You can read more about this week’s Capture spread over here!
Happy Monday! I can’t even tell you how much better I am feeling this week than I did last week (actually, I will tell you…tomorrow!). Needless to say, the Instagram photo I used as the focal point for my latest Capture installment could not be more fitting for my current state of mind. Fast forward to Fall? YES PLEASE. Aside from being my season of choice, I’m finally feeling ready – excited, even! – for what the next few months have in store.
For the full-size photo page, I cut out a few leaves from one of my favorite Persimmon papers and layered them on top of Capture label stickers + vellum tape.
For the second page, I wanted my journaling to be the main focus, so I used an orange label sticker from the Persimmon waterfall pack and paired it with a handful of Carte Postale embellishments, including chipboards shapes, mixed brads, and page flags.
I hope everyone’s week is off to a great start! As for me, I’m off to the gym…today marks two months to the day until my wedding! Ahhhhh!
This week’s spread was so inexplicably difficult for me to finish (chalk it up to a doozy of a head cold), I am still amazed it turned out the way it did. Creative people, do you ever feel that way? For me, it all boils down to color. If the colors aren’t jiving, nothing is jiving. My foolproof solution? Bring in more yellow! Yellow is the great equalizer in just about any design realm.
This past weekend, I was able to spend time with some of my favorite scrapbooking friends at Amy’s gorgeous baby shower and then jet back down the 405 to have an impromptu coffee date with some of my nearest + dearest gals (and one adorable Cole baby). For this page, I used the 3 x 5″ / 4 x 6″ divided page protector and a handful of I also used a mix of Carte Postale and RSVP supplies, including one of my all-time favorite metal flair badges. I also used a little white craft paint on the pink patterned paper to visually carve out a spot for my journaling. It takes two seconds to dry (the extent of my patience) and it makes a big difference!
For the right side, I used a solid page protector and printed a recent Instagram photo (edited with Mextures light leaks!) to fill up the whole space. I then embellished the top with a handful of Carte Postale supplies, including a ticket page flag and a tag sticker, in addition to the adorable sun acetate die-cut from RSVP.
You can read more about my process here!
Another week, another Capture spread! This time I was determined to get some of my favorite colors into the mix. I noticed that some of my previous layouts weren’t exactly meeting my color quota (everyone has those, no?), so I made sure to crank it up this go around.
Aqua, yellow, and pink…the gang’s all here! I like having a mix of divided page protectors to keep my spreads a little asymmetrical, so I went with the 1.25 x 6″ / 4 x 6″ design on the left page and the 3 x 5″ / 4 x 6″ design on the right page.
RSVP is BG’s forthcoming party-themed line and it is a dream. I love all the bright colors and the celebratory designs. Even though this past week wasn’t exactly a fiesta, RSVP fit right in. I also used a photo frame (flipped inside out), some vellum tape, and my absolute favorite new pen.
On the second page, I was able to work in a little memorabilia from Lemonade and a bunch of Instagram photos. After all, isn’t that what scrapbooking all about?
P.S. You can read more about these pages here!
This week’s Capture spread was allllll about my crafting endeavors from the past few days, in addition to my addiction to Pinterest. Seriously, you guys, 10,000+ pins kind of addicted. #AYPAPI
The first page features a 3 x 3″ divided sheet protector that was just begging for Instagrams. The cute little owl that sits directly on top of the page protector comes from BG’s forthcoming RSVP line – so much fun!
The second page is a designer insert from the Capture Ledger binder that I embellished with RSVP supplies and the individual number stamps from the perpetual calendar set. ‘Twas a fun week!
P.S. I shot a video at Create-N-Connect where I did a little demo of the perpetual calendar stamp. I can only handle so much of my own voice (criiiiiinnnnnnge), but I welcome you to it! ;)