Welcome back to my summer journaling series! This week I’m talking about creating a vision by making a bucket list of activities and adding the items to a Bucket O Fun to manifest the things you want to do on your bucket list. This summer my family will be having a staycation which means we will be staying local and finding activities to fill our summer days. I hope you are inspired to make a list and create a bit of fun this summer if your going on a vacation or just staying around the house.
Hello! Welcome back for some more summer inspiration! In this video I create a two junk journals and set up my Happy Clouds Traveler’s Notebook. Using one notebook for fitness tracking and the other for everyday journaling. I also show how I add pockets using a baseball card sheet protector.
Welcome back to week two of summer journal tips with me! In this video I show you my current set up for bringing supplies with me daily and for a longer extended stay, craft night etc. I always carry a bag of supplies with my daily, you just never know when you will need scissors, washi tape and pretty pens! I hope this video inspires you to create a bag of journal goodies to help you document your summer.
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Hello! Hope everyone had a great Sunday and Mother’s Day! Here is central Texas we already have had extremely warm days and they will not stop now through October. Usually by the time mid-July through early September we are indoors in the air conditioning trying not to melt. However, I love welcoming summer through journaling! It’s a time for family, relaxing, taking vacations and really getting memories on paper. This year we are planning more staycations and looking to visit different museums, festivals and events close to home. I’m really looking forward to exploring and having new adventures. Similar to what I created at Christmas, I wanted to create a mini video series about Summer Journaling. So welcome to the first video in the Summer Journaling video series . I thought it would be fun to share some of my techniques and maybe inspire you. This series will include 6 videos to be posted on Sunday evenings, CST. In this video, I talk about past scrapbooks and journals I have used and what I plan to use this year. Let me know if you have any questions or I would love to hear how you are planning and documenting your summer!
Hello! I’m back with a process video of how I created a quick paint doodle to the cover of the Traveler’s Notebook insert I’m using to document a Week in A life. Also, in the video I also talk about how I plan to document and hope to post on IG and Facebook my daily documentations.
Hello!!! Happy National Scrapbook Day, one day later! I am about 6 weeks behind in memory keeping in my Happy Planner so yesterday, laye evening I started working to get caught up. I created this video to show you my process of making a coversheet for the month of May 2018. At the beginning of each month in the Happy Planner there is a section to list your current happenings and a quote page. I like to cover the quote page with either a theme of the month or current pictures. For the month of May I created a collage of pictures to represent Mother’s Day. Here in my process video.
It’s May first, so you know what that means? It means the new Create With Rebecca “CWR” Stationery/ Planner Kits have been released! If you are new to the CWR Kit let me explain. On the first of every month a new release of a stationery/planner/journal kit themed around artwork I have created. The kits typically include a notebook (5 sizes to pick from), stickers, washi tape, journal cards, ephemera, a paperclip, charm and pen. Everything matches and themed to create a super fun and versatile kit. I absolutely love creating these kits and sending bits of art out into the world.
This month two kits have been released:
The Cat’s Meow
and Walk by Faith
These kits are available in the shop! Be sure to sign up for my Newsletter for information on upcoming kits, art, and events.
Hello! I know…two videos in one week?! Yay! I actually wanted to show you my latest setup using a Pocket Size Traveler’s Notebook for a wallet. I always have a small notebook for jotting ideas, grocery lists and jot it down notes so I combined my wallet and my notebook into a personal size notebook. This pretty little pocket size traveler’s notebook was actually a passport cover I purchased from Walmart last summer. I recently came across it added eyelets and elastic string and TADA it’s a into a traveler’s notebook! I created several inserts using cardstock from past kits and I added them in. Perfect! I also added a stretchy phone pocket to carry my driver’s license, insurance cards and debit cards. So far it’s working out great and has freed up a lot of room in my carry along purse. I also show you a quick review of my Bando planner aka my life planner.
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Hello! It’s been a while since I posted a video, I’ve been so caught up in life changes, not necessarily a bad thing, but I’ll elaborate more on that later! Next month Ali Edwards is hosting another “Week in a Life” documentation and I want to prepare my journal so that I am ready!! I mention in the video a site to find the log sheets and more about ‘A week in a Life” here is Ali Edwards site and here is the blog that has the link the log sheets. I have been following along with Ali since 2011 and I absolutely love this project. I hope you are inspired to document your week and would love to see how you plan too. Thanks for watching and I’ll see you in my next video!