Caylee Grey
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It‚Äôs only  a mild exaggeration to say that I had a baby for the memory keeping. While I obviously loved scrapbooking child-free, having a kid just completely and utterly ups your scrapbook game. There are just so many fun things to document. There are one million ways to document a baby. And so I‚Äôm doing all one million of them. I joke, but not really. I have 12 ways that I‚Äôm documenting Elliot‚Äôs first year. There are more than that, but 12 is a nice number, and it summarises my plans quite nicely. I

Happy 2017! All round cool guy, Paul Jarvis, wrote a State of the Union for his most recent Sunday Dispatches, and invited the reader to do the same, so here I am. I'm encouraging you to do the same too. It was great to have a look at how far I came this year, even with half of it spent as a pukey, pregnant mess. So let's have a look. WHAT WENT WELL LAST YEAR Pregnancy I'm putting this down as a success even though it's the single most difficult thing I've ever done. I'm

(AN UNPAID TESTIMONIAL BY A HUGE PRODUCTIVITY GEEK CREATIVE TYPE) First thing‚Äôs first: I pitched this article to Caylee. She did not ask me to, nor is she compensating me for it, and I took way too long mulling over and writing it! Like I said in my previous article for this site, ‚ÄúI often don‚Äôt know what I think until I write it.‚ÄĚ I wanted to write this article because Caylee‚Äôs course Level Up, The Creative‚Äôs Guide for Getting it Done, has had a significant influence on how I go about achieving

I haven't shared art journal pages on the blog for the longest time. My style is absolutely everywhere. This is what happens when things are in the air, when life is not the same, when my art room is a baby room. I won't ever share the black pages I made before these. I thought I had not made anything with everything that's been happening, but I seem to have been prodding along in my own ways. Creating is important. Always create, even when all you can manage is a little.

Over the next few weeks I have nine beautiful and uniquely talented artists sharing a visual guide to her favourite way to get creative. No words allowed as answers, just photos and images. If you'd like to go through the Visual Guide archives, they're all grouped together under Guest Post Loveliness. Today Anna is sharing a deeper look into art journaling and how she uses it to keep a diary.  Give us an introduction to art journaling. What are the must have tools to art journaling? What advice do you have to noobs wanting to start art journaling? Why do you

Over the next few weeks I have nine beautiful and uniquely talented artists sharing a visual guide to her favourite way to get creative. No words allowed as answers, just photos and images. If you'd like to go through the Visual Guide archives, they're all grouped together under Guest Post Loveliness. Today Kelsey is sharing about my personal first love, Project Life. Give us an introduction to Project Life. What are the must-have tools for Project Life? What advice do you have to noobs wanting to start? Why do you create? What does your creation station look like? Are you a messy creator or

Over the next few weeks I have nine beautiful and uniquely talented artists sharing a visual guide to her favourite way to get creative. No words allowed as answers, just photos and images. If you'd like to go through the Visual Guide archives, they're all grouped together under Guest Post Loveliness. Today EmK is sharing her style of art journaling. Give us an introduction to art journaling. What are your must have tools for art journaling? What advice do you have to noobs wanting to start art journaling? What tips do you have for becoming an expert in art journaling Are you

Over the next few weeks I have nine beautiful and uniquely talented artists sharing a visual guide to her favourite way to get creative. No words allowed as answers, just photos and images. If you'd like to go through the Visual Guide archives, they're all grouped together under Guest Post Loveliness. Today Jennifer is sharing more about embroidery. Give us an introduction to embroidery What are the must have tools to embroidery What advice do you have for noobs wanting to start? Why do you create? Where is your creation station? Are you a messy or clean creator? What is your favorite thing you've made? How has

Over the next few weeks I have nine beautiful and uniquely talented artists sharing a visual guide to her favourite way to get creative. No words allowed as answers, just photos and images. If you'd like to go through the Visual Guide archives, they're all grouped together under Guest Post Loveliness. Today Amy is sharing about liquid acrylics. Introduction to liquid acrylics What are your must have tools for liquid acrylics? What advice do you have for noobs? Why do you create? How do you get over perfectionism? How do you express yourself through liquid acrylics? Is your workstation messy or clean? What is your