Today’s video is somewhat Project Life related because it has to do with how I store and organize my scrapbook albums!
Today we are diving into my scraproom so I can show you my method for separating out my albums. I recently finished converting the last of my post bound albums over to D-ring albums and I am so happy with the results. I hope you enjoy the video!
And that’s it! I absolute love all the different colored albums and how they look sitting pretty on my shelves! I can sit at my desk and see the tall shelf of albums and it always makes me happy to see all the pretty 🙂
I’m a little early on the planner thing this year, but I thought with baby on the way, it’s best to be early for this type of thing. Today’s video is SUPER long, but I’ve included an index underneath the video so you can jump around to any parts that you want to see. You just have to click over to Youtube & check the description box below the video to jump around.
Today, I’m talking all about the planner I will be using for 2015! Wow, it is hard to believe we’re already talking about a new year, isn’t it?!
For 2015, I decided to go with a customizable spiral bound style planner called Plum Paper Planner (PPP). I had checked out other options and just nothing seemed as perfectly customizable as the PPP. I’m totally excited about my new planner & I’ve already started using it & getting it ready since it starts in December 2014. Check out my video below to hear the reasons why I picked the PPP over other brands like Filofax, Arc, or Erin Condren. I also show the entire planner up close and personal & talk about all the possible customizations & options that you have when ordering a PPP.
Included in this video is a coupon code AND a giveaway! WOOP WOOP!
That’s all for today. If you are in the US, I wish you safe travels and a happy Thanksgiving!! I’ll be back next Wednesday with something new for you (I’m thinking pregnancy album part 2!). Have a wonderful day!
Did ya miss me? I’ve been gone now for other a month, but if you’ve been keeping up with my family channel, you will know I haven’t REALLY been gone. I’ve been pumping out all sorts of pregnancy & food related videos over there. I’ve just been taking a crafty break, but I’m itching to jump back into crafting!
I’ve definitely missed y’all! I’ve been thinking about crafting a lot, just not actually doing anything crafty related lol.
From here on out, I am going to try to aim for 1 video per week, I’m shooting to have the video up on Wednesday, but don’t hold me to that! It might be plus or minus a day or two depending on whatever else I’m up to. It seems these days, I am a whole lot slower at just everything lol! I was 24 weeks pregnant at the time of filming this video, but as of writing this post, I am now 25 weeks pregnant. I’m getting to that point where I am getting HUGE & it’s been a whole lot harder for me to get around. I get out of breath all the time too. If you are interested in seeing my pregnancy updates, I’ve got a playlist, click here!
Anyhoo, today I want to talk about Freckled Fawn! I’ve got a video showing you the October OHDEERME monthly kit + a bunch of other stuff I ordered from them recently. At the end of the video, I also have a nice little giveaway.
If you are interested in subscribing to Freckled Fawn, please use my referral info so we both get a discount coupon! Put my name & email in the comments section when you subscribe ( Samantha Peyton scrapmastersparadise @yahoo.com ) & we both get a $5 off coupon! Click here!
PLEASE NOTE: I am so embarrassed to say I STILL have some prizes that need to get mailed out. I am so sorry for the delay! When I was about to film this video, I saw a little pile of prizes that still need to go out. I am still working on it & I apologize for the delay.
This is a planner related video I posted over on my family channel today. Since many of you love planner videos, I thought I would share it here as well. In this video, I talk all about my absolute favorite pens for my planner! At the end I show some new ones I just purchased & I test them out for ya. I hope you like it!