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Visual Journal Page 53: Weddings, Babies, and Folley Beach

I love it when things just fall into place and seem meant to be. In this moment, sitting here, finally updating my blog, I pull up the next visual journal page I need to write about, and realize it is meant to be. It is so appropriate that this page is on this week’s to do…

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Paperhouse Production Giveaway: Scrapbook Paper and Stickers (closed)

This week I have two amazing giveaways to offer! The first is a multi-winner giveaway, one lucky big winner will get a 6″x6″ pack of art inspired scrapbook paper and two packs of hydrangea and leaf stickers. 6 additional winners will receive one strip of hydrangea and one strip of leaf stickers. On Thursday I…

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Visual Journal Page 33: My Sweet Tooth

It is no secret I have a sweet tooth, and apparently this wasn’t missed by my students either. I love anything 100% pure sugar, flavored, and dyed. I like skittles, starburst, the kind of candy that guarantees cavities and to pull out your old fillings. My sweet tooth is a thing I struggle with as…

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Visual Journal Page 11: You Are My Everything

Not a day goes by that I don’t think about how thankful I am to be with a husband as loving and caring as mine. Growing up my Mom always told me I needed to marry a guy who worshiped the ground I walked on, and treated me like a princess.  Perhaps having that expectation…

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Visual Journal Page 6: New Inspiration from Old Places

I was thrilled when I finished my first visual journal cover to cover, and I couldn’t wait to start my new book. When I first found my second book I was in love, as I flipped through the pages I could visualize all of the things I was going to create. But just four pages…

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Guest Post: Kalin Jordan’s Visual Journal Page

Before I move forward to “A Day in the Life of A…” I have one last post from “Beginnings, Endings, and All Things In-between”. However, it’s not a post from me, but from my former student, Kalin Jordan. She asked to make a page in my journal, and I happily handed my book over to…

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