Happy Friday to all of our creator friends! Today I have a really adorable Fast2Fab™ album that I used to scrapbook my little man, and if you’re a mother of boys, you are going to LOVE this collection! The minute I saw it I wanted it all… from the beautiful 8×8 foiled album to the stickers, patches, punches and papers. This collection covers everything that little boys love! So, are you ready to see?!
Happy #FeatureFriday! Today, we’re going behind the scenes with CM Product Designer Tara to get the inside scoop on her design inspiration for the totally FUN-tastic Super Duper collection. You’ll also get some fun facts such as her favorite sticker, which collection was more fun to make (boy or girl?!), what she would change about the collection if she could and other insider details! Let’s check it out!
Ever wished your little ones could scrapbook alongside you? Well, now they can with Super Duper 8×8 kids’ scrapbook supplies! Round up your children, the nieces and nephews, cousins and their friends and invite them all to join you for an afternoon of crafting with this kid-sized collection. To get you started, try out this easy children’s scrapbook layout!
Scrapbook papers and embellishments have personalities, and Bee Mine is energizing! If you’ve been feeling a little rundown after the hustle and bustle of the holidays, get your hands on the Bee Mine collection and you’ll feel ready to create an entire album. When Melissa designed this fun Arrow Border Layout, I had to give it a try. I loved the way that she used three different colors of cardstock behind each arrow in the border design.
Oh how life changes to quickly. Little ones grow up. Even though we wish they would stay little for ages. Take advantage of it. Play with balloons, eat the ice cream, lick the sucker—cause some day the opportunity will be missed.
According to the dictionary:
Believe—to have confidence or faith in the truth.
Dreams—aspirations or goals for what is to come.
Laugh—to express pleasure with an audible expulsion.
Memories—the state or fact of being remembered.
FUN—enjoyment or playfulness.
I wish these two boys all of the above and more in their lifetime.
I love it when the kids are full of adventure. Ready to go at the drop of a hat to enjoy life at its fullest. Those adventures can be anything from going to the library to check out books, to getting in the car to drive to grandma’s house, or even just a short trip to play at the park. I hope they always stay adventurous and experience all that life has to offer.