Now Available: 2012 Memory Logbook!

Our brand new 2012 Memory Logbook is hot off the presses… so hot, in fact, that we don’t even have complete photos yet of the final print copy! We know many of you have been anxiously awaiting release of next year’s items, so our new shop is now OPEN and ready for you to take […]

Story Board~ 04.06.2011

If capturing everyday real life memories through story-based scrapbooking is your passion, our weekly Story Board was created especially for you! Get inspired to scrap your real life by taking a peek at a few of my favorite layouts spotted around the Web this week…   I love the action shots and that she documented […]

Story Board~ 12.29.2010

Get inspired to wrap up 2010 by checking out this week’s special year-end edition of our Story Board!

Story Board~ 08.25.2010

Ready to get inspired? Check out these great examples of “real life” scrapbooking spotted this week in our neighboring galleries…

Story Board~ 08.11.2010

Time again to share inspirational examples of real life scrapbooking from around the Web! See if you can get your creative juices flowing by taking a peek at these fun finds…

What Trips YOUR Trigger?

This is what inspires me. What inspires YOU?

Story Board~ 07.21.2010

From missing goldfish to a natural born “griller,” we’ve got quite a variety of everyday, real life scrapbooking inspiration for you this week …

Story Board~ 5.26.2010

Check out the fantastic Story Board layouts gathered for you today by May Calendar Girl Sarah Hirst…

{interactive} Story Board~5.12.2010

Once a month, I thought I’d turn the tables & let YOU share your favorite real life layouts with ME … and everyone else who reads our blog! Please share YOUR favorite “real life” layout in today’s first {interactive} Story Board!

Like Mother, Like Son

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, it’s no accident our Weekly Challenge this week centered on motherhood … the joys, the frustrations, the highlights & the disappointments … but most of all, the love.

Choosing a Layout of the Week seems to get more difficult with each passing theme, primarily because these challenges tend to draw out very interesting and personal stories. But after studying the pages this week, I finally settled on “Mother & Son” by Buggie.