Thursday, April 23, 2015

#myselfiescrapbook using the prompt "one selfie four ways"

cards: Artful Leigh Creative  embellishments: Studio Calico washi tape: Joanne's stores

I am super excited about this #myselfiescrapbook prompt, "one selfie- four ways"! 

I have stored these photos on my phone for nearly a year, sadly they had no home and sat unloved on my phone. They never got posted. I was worried about being judged, but I am so thankful to the girls that began this prompt, the #myselfiescrapbook. Finally, I have a place to put my selfie pics, and it takes bravery. We all love kid photos, but the adult pics always get less likes. Why is that? Kids are cuter yes, but shouldn't we be able to post or document our grown up lives as well as the kids?

I created this whole set of cards after being inspired by the theme for this week, and wanted them to coordinate with the free set Big City Quiet posted over at Jen's Blog for free. If you haven't gotten your free downloads, go now:) then come back:) I'll wait.

cards:Artful Leigh Creative, embellishments: Studio Calico

These cards work for planner pages too! This is #myselfiescrapbook, and the first pic is an insert  that  goes in my family Project Life album. 

Feels great to get these photos off the phone and into a little "What I'm Wearing Now" page. Four different clothing options I am loving right now. 

You can use these cards to cut down to 3x3, 4x4, to fit in smaller planners.

So thankful that Jennifer Lake and Julie Gagen came up with this idea!! Seriously! 


 Thanks for joining me today!


  1. Love the cards that you used for #myselfiescrapbook!

  2. Thank you Angi !! Thanks for visiting and commenting

  3. I am that person that doesnt like to take pictures of myself or post layouts with pictures of me in it and this project has helped with that! Your pictures are great and and love the theme you choose

    1. Yep, I totally get that Sandy! These pics were hiding on my phone for a year until this #myselfiescrapbook thing! Glad you are getting those pics of yourself documented!
      Thanks Sandy, Leigh