I’m re-linking a bunch of the Halloween files. Come on and grab them while you can!
It was a perfect day to grab the camera and head over to the Idea Garden.
I was turned on to St. John’s Wort oil back in 1991 by a friend in Portland, Or. This was way before the internet was public. Back then we shared things in person by doing. Ah, the good old days. My friend Molly taught me about wildcrafting and making medicines. We would go out to […]
After last year I decided we needed a major change to the way we had been doing school. It had taken us a few years to figure out what worked for us, but that only worked for awhile. that’s the thing about homeschooling that I love. You are able to make minor adjustments until you […]
We finally hit the summer pace of life. Days are filled with a mix of fun activities and being totally lazy. but the weather has been so cool and wet.
I started working on the camping album. Here are the first couple of pages and some of my ideas on the process.
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We are just back from another camping trip. This one was up to Wisconsin’s Devils Lake.
Two peas in a bucket is shuttering it’s doors after over a decade as the go-to place for scrapbooking on the internet. Here’s my goodbye.
We spent a few days camping in the Shawnee National Forest at Lake Glendale. What a perfect camping experience.
Here’s my first project life-style creation. I’ve included a freebie “hello” digital file.
Summer activities are heating up. We are busy but having fun, too.
I’ve tried for many years to make it to the peony garden at Allerton park during the peak of bloom. Peonies are one of my favorite flowers, if not my favorite. I’ve posted about my obsession here and here. To be so close to a world class peony garden and to never experience it has […]
I’ve decided to try a test run on digital downloads. I’ve been watching my stats and lots of people are wanting them, so here’s the most popular for you to grab.
I’ve always disliked Mother’s Day. I grew up feeling pressure to tell my mother how great she was. I usually ended up feeling guilty that I didn’t appreciate her more.
I scored none other than Shari Replogle from Play with Paper as my partner this year. Color me happy! I love Shari’s work and have been a fan for a long time. I was thrilled my the soup she sent me: Get a load of all of the goodies! I love the plethora of […]
This weekend I had a yard sale for the first time. What a task! I followed up with a couple of scrapbooking layouts for National Scrapbooking Day…
I’ve been a widcrafter for many years. This year I started with dandelions, burdock, and violets, of course!
I’ve been keeping up to date on my scrapbooking. It’s super easy when I just print off the weeks worth of photos and add them to the little page dividers in my memory planner.
I haven’t mentioned much about homeschooling in awhile. I guess I would need to post more often in order to do that. Here we are in our second year of homeschooling in town. We have just finished up a few group activities and are getting ready to start some new. This is a great time […]