Manage Your Scrapbook Projects with the Scrap Boss Project Planner!

Are you ready to take control of your scrapbooking projects in 2021?

Do you need a simple, easy to use system to plan, organize, and complete your scrapbook projects?

Do you enjoy using planners to organize your creative projects?

If you answered all of these questions with a resounding YES, then the Victoria Marie Designs Scrap Boss Project Planner is for you!

The Scrap Boss Project Planner is an 8.5 x 11 inch printable PDF planner for scrapbookers! This planner was designed to help you plan, design, and organize monthly scrapbooking projects.

The Planner Includes:

  • My Creative Goals Tracker
  • Photo Batch Printing Checklist
  • Monthly Project planning spreads (Jan. – Dec.)
  • Master Task Tracker
  • Space for creating scrapbook sketches, and much more!

The Scrap Boss Project Planner is available as an INSTANT DOWNLOAD after purchase. You can download and print the planner at home or at your local print shop. Also, you can use the binding system that works best for your – binder, spiral binding, disk binding, etc. PLUS, you can reprint extra pages as needed!

Note: Currently, the Scrap Boss Project Planner is only available as a printable PDF.

I printed the Scrap Boss Project Planner using my home printer (double-sided print). Additionally, I opted to use a disk binding system to bound my planner. This makes it easy to add and remove pages as needed! I also created a clear acetate cover to protect the front and back of the planner. A list of the supplies I used can be found here.

The Scrap Boss Project Planner is very functional! I love that I can plan my scrapbooking projects per month. That way I don’t feel overwhelmed and I can set realistic creative goals…and get projects DONE!

SEE THE PLANNER IN ACTION!

Join me today during the Victoria Marie YouTube Friday Livestream to see this planner in action and to learn more!

GRAB THE SCRAP BOSS PROJECT PLANNER TODAY!

The Scrap Boss Project Planner is available for purchase for only $19.99! Click HERE to purchase the planner or click SHOP at the top of the page.

Let’s get ready for a new year of robust scrapbooking! Grab the Scrap Boss Project Planner TODAY!

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From Paper Pad to Kit – LIVE on the Victoria Marie Facebook Group!

Hey friends! Do you have 12 x 12 paper pads (or any size paper pad) that you DO NOT use? Are your paper pads collecting dust? Well, now is the time to show your paper pads some love!

Join me this Friday for a fun 1-hour LIVE session on the Victoria Marie Facebook Group! During this live session, I am going to show you how to make scrapbooking kits using 1 paper pad!

When: Friday, May 15, 2020

Time: 2:00 pm CST (Click here for a Time Converter)

Where: Victoria Marie Facebook Group – Click HERE to join!

For this live session, I am using the Memorandum 12×12 Paper Pad by Pink Paislee. In the following weeks, I am going to use the kits that I make from this paper pad to create stunning scrapbook pages. You don’t want to miss out!

The Victoria Marie Facebook Live Sessions are held every Friday at 2:00 pm CST! Be sure to join the group and subscribe to the Victoria Marie Blog and eNewsletter to receive information about future live sessions!

I hope to see you there!

Spread Joy Not Germs Blog Hop! Come Join Us!

Hey Friends!

Welcome back to the Victoria Marie Blog! Today, I am so excited to be part of the Spread Joy Not Germs Blog Hop, hosted by the Hedgehog Hollow and Catherine Pooler Designs! Come join me and my fellow card makers as we spread lots of joy and creative inspiration as we support each other through the current Coronavirus pandemic. For this blog hop, I am representing Catherine Pooler Designs!

If you are looking for a creative distraction, then be sure to follow this blog hop! Also, there are a TON of fantastic sponsors who are offering fun prizes and giveaways – you don’t want to miss it!

To be entered to win a prize, all you have to do is answer the following question in the comments section: “What is your favorite creative tool that you cannot live without?”

You must comment in order to be entered to win a prize. And the more blogs you comment on, the better your chance of winning a prize! THIRTY ONE companies are offering more than FIFTY prizes on this hop!

Comment on the blogs on the hop to be entered. No minimum number of comments required, but the more blogs you comment on, the greater the chances of winning.

The deadline to enter is April 24, 2020 and winners will be announced on Monday, April 27, 2020 on the Catherine Pooler Designs and Hedgehog Hollow blogs. To view the list of prizes, HERE!

Check out some of the participating sponsors!

For this blog hop, I created two fun cards using inks and dies from Catherine Pooler Designs! A full list of available products are listed at the end of this blog post.

Catherine Pooler stamps, inks, and dies make creating cards a breeze! For this project, I used a direct to paper technique using CP inks!

Starting with a 4.25 x 5.5 inch white card panel, I applied Catherine Pooler stamping inks directly to the panel, creating a vertical strip of color from the top to the bottom of the panel. Each color overlaps slightly, creating an interesting color blending effect!

For my second card, I repeated this same technique using the front of a 4.25 x 5×5 inch card base.

Next, I ran the inked panel and one solid white 4.25 x 5.5 inch panel through my Gemini die cutting machine using the Catherine Pooler Wall Flowers Cover Plate Die.

The both panels were adhered to a 4.25 x 5.5 inch card base.

For the sentiment, I used the “We’re All in This Together” printable by Catherine Pooler. This printable was created to spread joy and encouragement during the current pandemic. To grab this FREE printable, click HERE!

Using the Picture Frame Die by Catherine Pooler, I die cut the sentiment and adhered it to the front of the panel for both cards. For the first card, I created a layered design using black card stock to frame the printable.

For a finishing touch, I stamped and die cut small flowers using the Catherine Pooler Whipped This Up Stamp Set and the Whipped This Up Dies.

I hope the projects in this blog hop bring you joy and inspire you to create something beautiful for a friend or loved well!

And don’t forget to play along with this hop and leave comment on each blog (no limit) so you can be entered to win some amazing prizes!

To be entered to win a prize, all you have to do is answer the following question in the comments section of this blog: “What is your favorite creative tool that you cannot live without?”

Next Up…

Next up in the blog hop is Emily Mydlowski! Click HERE to check out her project!

Good luck and enjoy! Please stay safe and be well!

Disclosure: Affiliate links are provided in this post.  As an ambassador and affiliate for Catherine Pooler Designs, Victoria Marie Designs receives a small commission from Catherine Pooler Designs whenever these links are used.  Note: These links are FREE for you do use.  All opinions and reviews are that of my own.  I only recommend products that I use for both business and personal reasons, and from reputable companies that I trust.