Are you one of those people who, while travelling, keep every theater ticket, every bus stub, even nick a pair of disposable chopsticks while eating at a restaurant in Cambodia, with every intention of compiling it all into one smart scrapbook back home? Well, I am. Of course, I daydream about a bookcase with rows of identical scrapbooks of the different places I have been to, so I keep every foreign token I can possibly get a hold of or anything I can use for the purpose. Alas, let’s be honest, that’s just not going to happen soon. Imagining is one thing, but I never get around to doing the actual scrapbook. So all I’m left is an ever-increasing mass of unsorted, undecorated, random pieces of receipts, boarding passes and trinkets.
Presenting one of the most evidently popular and best-selling Project Life collections, at least among people I know (I’ve never found a single person in the PL crowd who didn’t gush a little bit about it). The Project Life Vintage Travel is a favorite for two main reasons apparent in the name of the edition … [Read more…]
It’s time for Half a Year in Review Project! For anyone who doesn’t know yet about it (which is everyone), HYR is a semi-annual tradition (of which this is the first) of revisiting what I have done the previous six months. It’s another one of those things I like to just make up. This time, … [Read more…]
Two things I’m really loving these weekend are (a) the new cork cards I’m using for my PL layouts made from, of course, cork board and (b) some vintage designs rubber stamps. going the cork and rubber stamp way The rubber stamps (below) from EK success are especially the bomb. It’s incredible the level of details … [Read more…]
Whenever my boyfriend and I decide to leave town for the weekend or a short vacation, I usually make all the flight arrangements. I have gotten so used to managing the tickets or passes that I only have to tell Bamboo the day and time he has to be ready with his duffel bag and … [Read more…]