Friday, 27 March 2015


Yahoo it's Friday again and that means: new releases in the Lilypad store!

I made this super fun, mega versatile set of templates, page protectors and embellishments that form a perfect starter kit [or a great addition to your stash] for Project Life.
These templates are FULLY customizable and all shown embellishments are included.
All you need to do is add your story, pop in your journal cards, favorite papers and photos, maybe add some elements from your stash and off you go!

I made my first ever pocket page during the MOC challenges in January and had loads of fun. If you have never made one I hope these will tempt you to give pocket scrapping a try!
Did you know the Lily Pad does a weekly Art Journal Pocket page challenge? This set would be perfect for it!

The whole pack is on sale at 20% off through Sunday 3/29.


Here´s some amazing pages by the Pink Ladies, Pink Reptile Guests and Lilypad Polly's showing the templates in action.

by jenn
by natascha

by shivani
by anja
by ellen by judith
by susanne by amber by ana paula

by  gĂ©raldine
by elina by eleonora
by cynthia

Please post your pages with the Daily Life Pockets in the Pink Reptile Gallery! I´d love to see what you make and your page might just be picked for the next Pretty Pages post here on the blog!

Tuesday, 24 March 2015


Hybrid scrapbooking is a way to use the newest digital scrapbooking products–which incorporate fashion and decor trends before paper products do–and still have the tactile experience of traditional scrapbooking. As digital die cuts and mobile fonts have become increasingly available and popular more people are giving hybrid scrapbooking a try.

Are you afraid to start or simply do not know where to start then let me convince you to make an easy hybrid page that will only take you minutes to make and just see where it leads you!

Here's how I created my page step by step:

1. First I selected the photo I wanted to make a page with.

2. Second I played around with Splatter Brushes no.2 to create a background.

3. Third I placed my photo where I wanted it to be in the layout. Then I selected the photo and filled the spot with a grey color. This will make it easy as pie to glue my pic into the correct spot later plus I know it will be exactly the right size and lastly it's the perfect guide for element placement.

4. I added elements from Lucky In Love, like I embellish any digital layout, and splashed on some more paint.

5. Then I turned my .psd into a .jpg so I got a true image of my page.

6. Then I picked a nicely textured piece of white cardstock to print my page and a satin shine photo paper to print my photo.

7. Finally I cut out my photo and glued it in place on my layout. VoilĂ ! That's it!

As always I hope you enjoyed my post and if I inspired you in any way, shape or form then by all means make a photo and upload it to your gallery so you can leave a link in the comment section below! I'd love to see what you made!

Friday, 20 March 2015


25 exclusive Pink Reptile products are on their way out. Now's your time to pick them up at 50% off before they are gone forever!

Want to take a closer look? All images below are linked to the product in the store!

Have a wonderful weekend and Happy Scrappin'!