Find the right state park for you!
Most Recent Posts
If you haven’t seen steps 1-6, check them out here. When we last looked, the layout was ready to be punched, so let’s pick up right there. Supply list for this week: (I’m not affiliated with Scrapbook.com or Studio L2E, just a happy customer) Hole punch Corner rounder (optional) Tab die EK Success powder tool Distress embossing ink Black super fine embossing powder Heat tool Adhesive Alpha stamps Daily stamps Memento ink in Nautical Blue (the
I don’t know about you, but I’m over the monthly planner inserts that I keep seeing. Most of them don’t fit my personal aesthetic. So, I decided to try my hand at making my own using MS Publisher. Once you have the Publisher file set-up the way you like, it’s just a matter of reprinting the file on another set of pages. Let’s assume that you have a monthly planner file ready, in Publisher, Word,
Check out our State Parks posts
This page was fun to put together, and I did it as part of several challenges on Scrapbook.com. One of them was using my Cricut. Another was a Summer-themed page. Another was, “Girls only,” (yes, there was a, “Boys only,” option), and also for the hoarders challenge. Basically, with a scrapbooking challenge, the challenge host issues the rules, and you try to create a page within those rules. The supply list RAK (Random Act of
This is the third in a short series about buying our first RV and taking our first RV trip. Our last post ended where we got hitched-up and ready to pull out of our driveway (we live in the country – no HOA to complain about a trailer on the property). Getting to the campsite Before we pulled-out, we checked the tire pressure and noticed that the right trailer tire was low. No big deal,
Check out our National Parks posts!
Between work and finances (and the weather, see: work), this is going to be a summer spent close to home. Last summer, though, we spent two weeks in New Mexico. There were a couple of things I wish we’d done differently. If you’re planning to travel to New Mexico, maybe my regrets will help you have a better trip. I wish we’d taken longer to acclimate. The day we got there, we hiked the rim
Spanish missionaries arrived in Texas before most Europeans. They found a native population to whom they felt the need to deliver the word of God. Across the western half of the United States, they built their missions, some of which survive to the present day. As a descendant of northern Europeans whose ancestors arrived in Texas just prior to the Revolution, I tend to think of these churches as places of historical interest. A visit