Well, I can’t stop pocket scrapping now. It’s a relaxing thing to do in the evenings when I don’t want to read or work. Since I last blogged about my pocket scrapping issues, I have finished scrapping February!
February was a really crappy month, for reasons I couldn’t scrap, so I’m glad to have it completely behind us.
I’m glad I decided to throw away the preconceived notions for pocket scrapping, I think this is the longest I have managed to stick to a scrapping project.
Here’s my pages for February — along with the few you’ve already seen.
I surprised myself with sticking to the same handwriting font for my journaling cards, The Short Caps. I tried to use a different one on my last page, but I ended up switching back. I don’t know if I’m going to keep using that font, but it is definitely my current favorite handwriting font. I’m also totally in love with these versatile journaling cards by LJS Designs. I actually have several sets of journaling cards that would *seem* they would be versatile, but Lorie’s is the only set that I have fallen in love with and ALWAYS am able to fit in with whatever main kit I’m using.
I’m trying to be good and remember to upload all the #megsboringlife layouts to this set on flickr. I also need to give myself a budget and go through my stash more — because I’m having a VERY hard time resisting buying more pocket scrapping-friendly kits and products. And I haven’t even looked at this weekend’s new releases!!
Well, that’s it for now — March is already looking up, so I’m somewhat afraid I’ll have more to scrap this month, hehe!