Friday, April 06, 2012

A big day today

Hello Everyone
It's a big day today for me with my work being featured on Paper Crafter's Library.

Graphic 45 and Paper Crafter's Library are having a blog hop with week. Each day Graphic 45 has been posting a sneak peek on their blog of one of the projects the design team has made for this blog hop. On Paper Crafter's Library they have been showing the whole project along with their own design team members project. You can even win prizes. What you need to do is is click on the over to the Paper Crafter's Library blog  to see some stunning  Tropical Travelogue Library creations and be sure to leave a comment for your chance to win a wonderful Tropical Travelogue prize pack. It is mine turn today, so here is my sneak peek. Its a mini album and box to keep it in.
The mini Album is for my son, who traveled with me to the USA earlier this year. I have made it with pockets to hold all the bits and pieces in, like tickets to shows and his name tag for CHA . I added some more pages so I could fit in about 40 photos.

Make sure you visit Paper Crafter's Library to see the whole project with some instructions and remember to leave a comment to go into the draw to win. I will post all the photo's plus some more instructions over the weekend.
I also have some sneak peeks of my Brisbane expo classes. You should be able to book into those classes in a day or two. I have place a link on my right side bar and some photo's .
Well that's all for now,
Thanks for looking and have a safe and happy Easter.
I am selling some of my projects as kits at Seriously Scrapbooking. Each month I will be putting more kits online.


  1. Love your stuff and am now following your blog(even your blog page is eye candy!)...thanks to Paper Crafter's Library. BTW, seeing what you tucked into some of your album pockets made me smile...I try to keep a bit of currency from other countries the first time I visit, and was tickled to see you had tucked a US $ into your little album. Maybe I'll get down under some day and will be able to reciprocate. ;-)

  2. Hey, Jane!

    I am so excited to have found your blog and the blog for Paper Crafter's Library!

    I want you to know that I credit you and your work for my love of paper crafting.  A little background...a girlfriend sent me a Thanksgiving card last year.  I was curious as to how she made it, so I went out and bought my first scrapbook magazine, ever.  It just happened to be the Scrapbooking and Beyond edition that featured your book, The People I Love.  I fell in love with your work and studied that book for hours!  (I felt for the gal that hand carried  your book to the U. S.  I would have been terrified of damaging something that gorgeous!)

    I am a beginner, so I pour over photos and read as much about paper crafting, as possible.  My local Archiver's has been helpful, but I can't be there everyday!  So, I search the Internet for information and ideas.  Imagine my delight when I found your site!

    I love this mini book that you created for your son.  And the cast of characters that he is posing with really made me chuckle...quite the variety!

    Thanks again for being an inspiration to so many!  (especially, me!)


  3. I like the challenge of minis. Thanks for sharing this and love your pics. Shopping for supplies this weekend!

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  5. Love the mini album you created using the "Tropical Themed paper". You totally made it work brilliantly!! Loved the picture of Shrek, I am very jealous....he is such a hunk!! LOL
    Will bookmark your blog as a favourite.
    Can't believe how you can do all of this with a family of 5.
    Wishing you and your family a Very Happy Easter! :)

  6. Jane, this album is amazing! I love policy envelope albums but I have never seen one cut up and used in different sizes like you have done on this one! What an amazing idea :) Never would have thought of it on my own! Thanks for sharing and for the wonderful inspiration!

  7. Thank you for sharing your excellent work!