Friday, October 19, 2012

EcoScrapbook: A Green Scrapbooking & Craft Blog

Does eco-friendly scrapbooking interest you? Do you like to use recycled or repurposed items when you craft? If you're a "green" scrapbooker or crafter, check out EcoScrapbook for plenty of upcycled craft tutorials and ecoscrapbook layouts:

EcoScrapbook.com: An Eco-Friendly Scrapbooking & Craft Blog

Here's a list of popular posts you won't want to miss:


If eco-friendly or "green" scrapbooking is new to you, have a look at The EcoScrapbooker Manifesto to help get you started on a path to becoming a more eco-conscious scrapbooker:

The EcoScrapbooker Manifesto

This is the final Snap.Scrap.Blog.Tweet post since I've moved over to EcoScrapbook. You can find me actively blogging over there. You can also follow me on Twitter or show your support on Facebook. Thanks! ~Danielle

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Gratitude: Saying Goodbye and Thank You as I Move on to EcoScrapbook


Gratitude is the best attitude.
~Unknown

Today's post is dedicated to you, my readers, and it is my last one at Snap.Scrap.Blog.Tweet. The future is now at EcoScrapbook and I hope you'll join me there.

Thank you for supporting me as I experimented on this blog.

I appreciate those of you who:

Subscribed to this blog. Thank you.

Shared my posts with your friends. Thank you.

Stuck with me through good posts and bad. Thank you.

Have been here since my "Retweetable" days. Thank you.

Took a few extra moments to comment on my blog. Thank you.

Have become my dear friends since I started blogging. Thank you.

Will continue to support me as I transition to EcoScrapbook. Thank you.


Your fellow crafty and scrappy friend,


Danielle


Monday, August 29, 2011

A Week in the Life Like No Other

If you're a scrapbooker and immersed in the world of online scrapbooking, then you know all about Ali Edwards and her annual Week in the Life project. This is the time when scrapbookers take dozens, if not hundreds, of photos every day for an entire week and put it all together into scrapbook albums. 

Last year, I did just that. I used my cell phone to take photos and documented nine days of my life (two days were practice days to see if I wanted to take on this challenge). You can see my 2010 Week in the Life album, 9 Days of sCRAPs,  here and if you aren't familiar with a Week in the Life, visit Ali Edwards here.

When it was time to start a Week in the Life in July, I decided to join in, but had a twisted idea in mind. 

No photos. Just doodles.

I took one aspect of each day, turned them into funny-looking doodles and had a blast putting everything together into an unwanted children's book.

Here are a few highlights of my Week in the Life:

Day 1: How I chose to buy an HTC Evo 4G


Day 3: Back-to-School Shopping 1985 vs. 2011


Day 6: What not to wear (to Mi Hacienda)


You can read all about my week and see larger photos over at my EcoScrapbook blog:

Day 4: I don't wear a mini-skirt and jump for joy when I have four days of freedom
Day 5: The not so picture-perfect transfer during a Week in the Life
Day 6: What not to wear (to Mi Hacienda)
Day 7: I ate beef (for the first time in over a year)

Don't forget, as of September 1, 2011, I will no longer be blogging here so that I can concentrate on EcoScrapbook. Please subscribe there and continue receiving new posts by me.

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Scrapbooking Your Life in Twenty Pages

Note: As of September 1, 2011, I will no longer be blogging at Snap.Scrap.Blog.Tweet in order to focus on my other blog. If you haven't done so already, please visit the EcoScrapbook blog, browse for a bit, check out my new blog banner and subscribe to continue receiving inspiration from yours truly. See you on the other side!

Imagine holding one twenty-page scrapbook in your hands. Imagine that the scrapbook contained highlights from your life. 

Could you create a scrapbook of your life in only twenty pages?

I recently embarked on the challenge of scrapbooking someone's life into one album...and I did it in less than 24 hours. One weekend. No children to attend to. It can be done.

Here are some of the highlights from that twenty-page scrapbook:

Life Scrapbook MemoryWorks-1

Life Scrapbook MemoryWorks-2

Life Scrapbook MemoryWorks-16

Life Scrapbook MemoryWorks-14

Life Scrapbook MemoryWorks-13

Supplies: Simple Stories Kits (Life Documented, Destinations), Jillibean Soup diecuts, Pink Paislee (Daily Junque) cardstock, My Mind's Eye cardstock and diecuts, K&Company emphemera, Glue Dots. 

Contact me to order Simple Stories and the other supplies you see above (not including K&Company). MemoryWorks offers a huge assortment of scrapbooking supplies, including products that are eco-friendly.

You may also be interested in:



Monday, August 1, 2011

My Top 10 Glue Dots Project Tutorials

My year of being a Glue Dots Dottess is almost over and I've loved every minute of it. I've completed and shared twenty projects on this blog, with many of them also found on the new Glue Dots website. Now, it's time for a review.

Here are ten of my favorite Glue Dots projects, starting with my very first one (the title alone made it to the list). Click on the links for project tutorials.





















As I said at the beginning of the post, I've been a Glue Dots Dottess for almost a year and you know what that means? Glue Dots is now accepting applications for their 2011-2012 design team. Interested? Find out all the details here and good luck!