There’s so much to see and do on the Internet — we listen to our favorite music, watch videos, share photos and communicate with others. These advancements (and changes in our lifestyles) are something to journal about in your layouts. Do take the time to write about the things that amaze in your scrapbook pages (and books); share today with the future.
A designer that honestly amazes me is Irene Alexeeva. Her hand-painted designs are awesome; her store is at Scrap Orchard. Irene is also involved in Haiti Charity Kits. Her blog can be found here. Here’s some Valentine Cards she’s designed in collaboration with Studio Alana, there’s still time for you to create cards for your special Valentines (check out Irene’s wonderful quick pages, too).
While browsing the MyPicTales website, be sure to click on the RESOURCES tab — you’ll be taken to a page with links to TaleWeaver user guides (for Calendars and Cards, for Photo Books, and the Backgrounds Community) — or — Step-by-Step Instructions (for Photo Books, for Calendars, for Cards, and PDF Guidelines for Other Software Users) — or — FAQs and Blog Highlights! You’ll also find Video Tutorials to watch and things to download.
Plan some pages or Valentine cards today! Some things are difficult to create pages about, but journaling is all-important. I don’t have any pages featured this week; my present project is a PicTales WIRE-O Bound Photo Book that is filled with photos of “stuff” about the history of southern Florida — orange groves, sugar cane, manatees — I’ll share some pages when it’s complete!