Phew!!! That's a really long title, LOL! I've been doing a lot of thinking about the blog and my creative team responsibilities and our homeschool routine and decided to make some changes to the routine on the blog.
Since the beginning, I've been posting my weekly pocket pages on Mondays, workflow tutorials on Wednesdays and mixed media tutorials on Fridays and then recently added in the art journal Bible tutorials on Thursdays.
The problem with sharing my pages on Mondays is that the sale is that I'm usually using new releases for my creative team requirements at The Lilypad, but the sale is over. So, I will now be moving them to Fridays. I'm hoping that if you're inspired by my pages and want that product, you'll be able to get them while they are on sale instead of afterwards.
What does that mean for the mixed media tutorials? Well, I'm just going to switch them to Mondays. These tutorials were a much bigger hit than I anticipated and I find that with our homeschool schedule it's difficult for me to get photos and projects done during the week.
Have I told you yet that homeschooling this year is kicking my butt? I still love it, it's just taking a lot more time and energy and I need to focus on them during the week and writing/photography during the weekends. Thankfully, I have a super supportive husband who knows how much this blog means to me, and I couldn't do this without him.
So, we've skipped week 39, which is actually done... but I wanted to share Week 40 with you while the digital supplies are on sale at The Lilypad. I'm sooooo in LOVE with the Mixed Media Monthly kits and add-ons and couldn't wait to use them.
Speaking of The Lilypad, this was the week that I went with some friends to Kansas to hang out and scrapbook... we just all happen to know each other from The Lilypad, so I couldn't resist using the awesome kits for this page. Hubby and the kiddos went to Michigan and had a blast!
THE LILYPAD CREDITS
- How to Use Freebie Hybrid Print Templates (PSD)
- Blending Journal Cards and/or Papers Together
- Digital Stamps, Brushes and Cut Files in Adobe Photoshop
- Printing Journal Cards
- Fonts, Handwriting and Typewriters
Becky Higgins Project Life Design A page protectors, Adobe Lightroom 5, Adobe Photoshop CS5, hybrid print templates and lightroom print templates by Heather Greenwood Designs, Canon Pixma Printer, Neenah Bright White Cardstock, Uni-Ball Signo 207 Bold Black pen, ATG tape, Fiskars Paper Trimmer, Good To Go Card by Carolee Harris, Pink Paislee airplane sticker
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