Simple Stories Flea Market: Delightful

Hello, friends! I’m back again today with another Simple Stories Flea Market layout. Even though this collection is all about vintage flea market finds and being at home, I’m going to use it for an outdoorsy layout today.


This memory is from that dreadful COVID year of 2020. My kids had been home for over a month and were starting to get a bit stir-crazy from the monotonous day-to-day routine. My daughters decided to shake things up a bit by hanging our hammock in the forest next to our house. They spent HOURS out there talking, reading, scrolling on their phones, and just spending time together. It was a great way to find a silver-lining in being stuck at home.

The tag paper in each of the Simple Stories collections is one of my favorite papers. You can use the tags as is, flip them over to the back to use as a journaling or title block, or simply tuck them behind layers on your page as design elements. I’ve added three of them to the top of this design.

I layered together several little bits in the top-right corner of my main photo. Here you will find Journal Bits, a phrase sticker from the 12×12 Sticker Sheet, and foam hearts from the Foam Stickers. A snippet of the scallop border sticker (Cardstock Stickers) peeks out from behind the right edge of the photo for added interest.

I added more Journal Bits layered on the left side of the salmon library card, then added Floral Bits and two camera stickers to the left edge of the small photo.

More Floral Bits, as well as a sprinkle of Enamel Dots, adorn my Foam Sticker title. LOVE all the texture with the different types of embellishments here.

The candy colors and sweet florals of the Simple Stories Flea Market collection have been so refreshing and fun to play with this week! I hope you have enjoyed seeing my projects with this beautiful set of products.

See you again real soon!


Hip Kit Club Date Stamp from January Pocket Life Kit

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Simple Stories Flea Market: Good Stuff Layout

I recently picked up the Simple Stories Flea Market collection and am loving the girly pink and teal color scheme. Today I am sharing my first layout with this collection. Let’s take a look!


My daughter was so excited when her Church Primary Class teacher invited her and her classmates to help out at her upcoming wedding reception as servers. My daughter has always wanted to help out at a wedding and now was her chance.

Since she was serving cake and clearing plates at the wedding, I thought the plate icons would make a fun embellishment for this scrapbook page about this event.

I fussy-cut several different plates from the Oh, Yes Please paper and grouped them along the bottom of my design. I also used a journal block from the Journal Elements paper.

On the right side of the photo, I layered together a couple of tickets from the Journal Bits. I stamped the date on one of them, then added staples as accents.

I used the ‘Good Stuff’ phrase from the Foam Stickers for a quick-and-easy title. The bright pink color repeats the color of my daughter’s dress in the photo.

A few Floral Bits interspersed between the fussy-cut plates break things up a bit. I also added some foam hearts (Foam Stickers) and clusters of enamel dots for texture and dimension.

I love the way all of the circular plates look along the bottom of this design. This would be a fun design to repeat with punched patterned paper circles or even flowers.

Thanks for coming by today! I hope you found some inspiration for your next scrapbook page!


Hip Kit Club Date Stamp from January Pocket Life Kit

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Simple Stories: MEOW

Our pets are our sidekicks, our furry friends, and our companions. They are an important part of our lives and definitely deserve a spot in our memory keeping.

Do you have a couple of furry friends at your house? Or perhaps you have a feathered friend? Or a slippery slunk? Whichever type of critter keeps you company, Simple Stories has a Pet Shoppe collection perfect for YOU!

Check them out at the following links: Pet Shoppe, Pet Shoppe – Cat, and Pet Shoppe – Dog.


Today I am sharing a layout I created with the Simple Stories Pet Shoppe – Cat collection. It’s a simple design that becomes elevated with different textures by using a combination of die-cuts, foam stickers, and decorative brads. Take a look!

My cats, Ozzie and Phoebe, are my constant companions. They keep me company throughout the day while I am scrapbooking, on the computer, or working around the house. They are so loyal and patient as they follow me everywhere. I keep thinking they will get bored watching me do the same ‘ol thing every day, but they happily curl up for a ‘cat nap’ while they wait for me to do what I need to do.

I love all the different cats in the Pet Shoppe – Cat collection. I added one of them at the top of the page, peeking out from behind the heart die-cut, and another peeking out from behind my journal tag on the right side of the page.

There were several title options included in the embellishments for the Pet Shoppe – Cat collection; however, I wanted something a bit larger. I chose to fussy-cut the ‘M-E-O-W’ letters from one of the Element papers. The scale was perfect and I loved how the colorful letters repeated the colors of the heart paper above.

This journal tag cracks me up … ‘Here’s the Scoop’ … how perfect is that for a cat page?! The tag had a litter box in the lower-right corner, but I wanted it to be a bit larger, to match the scale of the other cat items on the page.

I found another litter box icon in the Sticker Book, mounted it on cardstock, and then placed it over the existing litter box printed on the tag. It worked perfectly!

A bit of black stitching around the edge of the patterned papers and a little bit of twine on the journal tag add additional texture to the layout.

Make a goal to scrapbook your pet this week. Creating this page was so fun and definitely put a smile on my face.

Enjoy your week!



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Scrapbook With Me: Using Up the Last Bits of My January 2023 SCT Sampler

This year I am bound and determined to make an effort to use up my newest scrapbook supplies instead of admiring them and then sticking on the shelf. Can you relate?

One of my goals is to create 1-2 layouts with each of my SCT Sampler Kits. Today I am sharing the second layout created with the January 2023 SCT Sampler featuring the Simple Stories Life Captured collection. Check it out!

It’s not often that I get a snapshot with my siblings now that we are all married and living our separate lives. That is why this photo is so special to me! We took it at Easter 2017 as we were leaving a restaurant and it’s a reminder to me that we need to take photos together more often. It’s been SIX YEARS! (Note to self: Take another photo with your siblings in 2023)

I gathered the largest scraps that I had leftover in the kit and combined them together to create a base for my photo. I then die cut a frame with a teal grid paper (PaperTrey Ink Skinny Stitched Frames dies). I then added a scrap of lemon yellow polka dot paper behind the wood frame from the SCT Sampler.

Instead of using the frame to highlight a photo, I used it as a dimensional layer on my layout.

The kit included a few die-cuts, but I also fussy-cut several elements from the cut-apart cards in the kit, like the tags, flowers, and clipboard.

Each kit included a sheet of stickers from the Simple Stories Life Captured Sticker Book. Mine had the numbers. The numbers are supposed to coordinate with the 12 months of the year. I decided to use them as my title, rearranging them to signify the year the photo was taken.

I fussy-cut labels from another cut-apart card to house my journaling.

What are your scrapbooking goals this year? Are you stashbusting? Are you on a spending freeze? Or perhaps you are like me and are making a focused effort to USE your latest scrapbook supplies? Let me know in the comments. I’d love to hear about it!

Happy scrapping!



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