Sunday, February 8, 2009

This is it...

{Paper: Rusty Pickle; paint: Ranger Industries; letter stickers: American Crafts and Rusty Pickle; chipboard star: Rusty Pickle; acrylic stars: Prima; white pen: Uniball; Ribbon, Graphite Glimmer Mist}

I have come to the realization that the definition of scrapbooking doesn't mean it always has to be creating with paper, ribbon, some photos, and embellishments. It can be:
writing down a thought, something you don't want to forget
editing/organizing photos
sharing an idea or tip with someone
putting a memory on your heart
being inspired by someone or something
a new idea
transcribing a quote
photos and words
This is Scrapbooking....
What is your definition?
Since this is the beginning of a new year, here on the blog {post 366}; leave me a comment and I will give away a RAK pack of goodies! I will draw a random winner on Tuesday, 2/10, 11 am CST.


  1. No comments yet. Well here ya go Kim,I will be the first. Here is to a great year for all who rock, like you, Lynn, Me, and all the other cool scrappers everywhere. Rusty Pickle, Tim Holtz,.....ya da ya da ya da. Love your Picture, you are a STAR. Ya know I took a class from Mr. Pickle here a few weeks back.
    Love from MN

  2. Scrappin' is just about anything you want it to be as long as you are creating. And you are GREAT at it :)

    Pick me! :)

  3. Scrapbooking in preserving your memories in anyway that works for you at the time. At one point in my life I made time to officially scrapbook, but I have stepped away for a breif break. I am however dying to get back at it, with more determination than ever to actually put things in a book. I am relying on my blog to help me keep my memories straight until then. Love ya Kim!!!

  4. your are so talented! I just love that page! Miss you...

  5. Scrappin is all about preserving memories for generations to come. And its a huge relaxation tool for me!
    Love the blog, thanks for the awesome inspiration!

  6. Scrapbooking for me right now is slapping as many pictures on the pages as possible because I am 10 yrs behind from when I had my first child!

    Beautiful page!!

  7. What better time to leave a comment than when a RAK is involved :)

    Scrapbooking always evolves for me. Not just in HOW I scrap, but the feelings I have when I complete a layout. Each one tells a story and I love the feeling of sharing those stories through scrapping.
    When my Grandmother passed away almost five years ago, I decided to attempt heritage albums and it was the greatest experience ever. I learned so much about our relatives and families(both mine and my husbands).
    In doing albums/pages for my boys and our family I hope I am capturing memories and events that will be cherished for their lifetimes and beyond.

    Not sure when I will be back in your area but hopefully we will run into each other and we can chat. Love your blog!

  8. That paper & layout is perfect for your picture!!

  9. Come on for a sister who is a little scrapbook challenged...
    PICK ME:)
    Love ya miss ya

  10. Only a few hours to spare!! I love to take pictures and hate to write in a journal. So, this is a way that I can put them both together. I did not really think much about the journaling part until a couple of weeks ago. After we put the boy to bed we looked through all of his baby-scrap books. It was neat to read about what we were thinking, and to reminece about what he did and how we felt about an adventure or expiernce we were having. It is something that HE will be able to look through one day and share it with his family.

    I love to scrap the little things in life too. The ones that most people think nothing about.


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