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January 28, 2013

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i saw your page on becky's blog and it is fantastic! in fact, i've browsed more of your pages here and love your look all around. i know i should recognize the kits/product you are using, and sometimes i do, but in general i find myself wondering what cute stuff that is. is there somewhere you say which kits you've chosen for the year or describe how you get your cute type on your cards? if not, please share!

This is one of the most beautiful PL pages I have ever seen...well done.

Hi Shelly . . I found your blog via the MME email updates I get . . . when I saw your PL post today I had to pop over and check out the rest of your blog. I absolutely LOVE your PL style . . I've never seen pages done like yours and I am totally going to try to do some of my journaling like you do, which seems so much more logical than what I've been doing. Thank you for sharing . . . I've added your blog to my favorites now so I can continue to glean ideas from you!


I am not sure if I have ever called out which kits I worked with throughout the years. But here is the list!

2009: Original CK kit

2010: Cherry Edition

2011: Amber Edition

2012: Clementine Edition (a few other random manufactures’ products)

2013: I will be working mainly with Seafoam with parts of the Studio Calico’s Project Life monthly kit and some My Mind’s Eye to start my year off! With Becky creating so many more amazing kits, I will probably pick up another kit or two along the way.

This post that you commented on, I used mostly the My Mind’s Eye Winter Wonderland collection. They have a great Accessory pad, 6x6 paper pad, and a sheet of pattern paper called “Tags” that was perfect for documenting Christmas.

It there is a specific product that I have already shown in question just let me know what post, and I will get back to you! From now on, I will make a point of listing what I used on my pages J

As for the type on the cards, I use a font called Bohemian Typewriter that you can download free online. I haven’t done a tutorial of how I print my journaling yet. I know there are some out there already, but I can plan on doing that in a future post.

Thank you so much for your nice comments and for stopping by!

Shelly

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