Monday, September 28, 2015

Midori Traveler's Notebook | Melbourne 2015 - Handy Handphone Apps (Evernote + Instax + Canon)

This post is way overdue. I prepared it in advance along with the previous two post about scrapbooking my Melbourne trip in my Midori. However I totally forgot about it as Week In The Life comes along and then I went to Adelaide yet again. So here I am back in my crafty space finishing up my WITL and actually i got it DONE today :) Here is a sneak peak

So in this post I'm suppose to share with you the apps that helps me scrapbook my travels in my iPhone . I believe these are available in the Android phone as well.

1. Evernote

 I cannot live without this. If my Evernote notes are gone, I cannot function. I have a notebook set up for each travel, which I dump my itinerary and etc inside. I have one notebook for one travel, they are kept in a "stack" of notebooks .

 The notebooks have notes that keep track of some of my thoughts and feelings. I type as I travel, on and off, here and there. Somedays I end earlier, I will type into it before I sleep. So when I journal in my Midori back here at home, I pull out those itinerary to check names of places, my plans and etc

 2. Instax app

I print photos on the go using my instax share printer. To do that, I print everything from my iPhone via this app. Here is a great How to guide 

3. EOS Canon Remote app

Sometimes I just need to print photo that I took using my DSLR . I will connect my iPhone to my 6D wifi , and download the pictures into my phone using this app :)

So here is the last process video

Photos of the pages :)

Here is the end of my Midori series for Melbourne :) I will be coming back for another series for my Adelaide travel in September :) Before that, I will be sharing my WITL photos and videos . So look forward to that!

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Project Life Update - June Taiwan Page 2

*Read all about my Project Life journey here

This is the late blogpost of the Project Life Update for June. In fact, I have not been keeping up with my Project Life since then. Although many says keeping up is a fantasy, I still wish I can keep my system as simple as possible and my space as organised as possible so that I can be efficient and save time. Currently I'm working on my Midori Travelers Notebook for my second Adelaide trip, and my Week In The Life album . I'm super excited about the second one , because I love the photos I took and i got a new printer recently !

So here is the layout -

I hope to update you on my Midori notebook and my WITL album soon !Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Project Life Update - June Taiwan Page 1

*Read all about my Project Life journey here

I love the colors of the photos I took during my Taiwan Trip this Summer. Apart from the Midori notebook in which I document them in (Which I shared on my Instagram previously) I'm also adding them into my Project Life album .

Here is the layout -

Here are some close ups. What can be a better color combination than Pink + White + Gray + Gold

Thanks for stopping by !

Monday, September 21, 2015

Project Life Updates - June Adelaide Page 2

*Read more of my Project Life post here :)

Today I share the third and last sprees of my Adelaide trip 2015. I remember the first time I went overseas to New Zealand , I was so excited to scrapbook them that I had done 2 full 12x12 albums full of photos and layouts . Complicated layouts . Then the second time I travel was to Adelaide , same old 12x12 layouts in 2 large WRMK D ring binders . Then I get tired , so I downsized to 6x8 album in 2013. But I need 2 of those chipboard ones (which had a thick spine ) from Studio calico and some mini Heidi swap memory files to finish scrapping all the photos . By 2014 I was determined to keep everything in a 6x9 basic grey album - didn't happy at all . In fact up till now I still haven't scrapbook that . 

In 2015 , i was introduced to Midori travelers  notebook and decided that it will help me ease the stress in scrapbooking my journey . So here I am , Scrapbooking in the travelers notebook on the go and come back to print the photos larger in m project life album. If there isn't enough space to print all , I don't mind printing a simple larger size photo book (I did some from Artifact uprising ) 

Below are the images . Thanks for stopping by :)

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Project Life Updates - June Melbourne Page

*Read all about my Project Life journey here

I'm continuing my sharing of my Weekly Project Life spread for June traveling month. On a side note, Kelly Purkey was on the latest Paperclipping Roundtable talking about 6x12 project life :) Do listen!

Some close ups :) 

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AE Type Inspired Layouts - Little Talks

Hello ! Here is my layout two  for the #hastagthisweek prompt on ConversationsIt's  again inspired by Ali Edwards Type class :) Can I say, this is one of my favourite layout of all my work. I love it to be simple and no picture. Here is the layout :) 

I cut out the inverted commas using my silhouette, after choosing the font for a long time I finally found one I liked and saved it. I also used Ali Edwards story kit products in this layout. The journaling is typed out and printed on my home printer on a white cardstock. I added some final touches by stamping 2 phrases on the edges of inverted commas. The wood veneers are from Freckled fawn.

Some close ups.

Thanks for stopping by

Do stop by Mandy's blog to read more about the prompt.

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Project Life Updates - June Adelaide Page

*Read all about my Project Life journey here

Okay, life happens. The last time I check, the project life post was back in 31st May. My apologies. I was so caught up with life and other scrapbooking projects. These few days I'm coming back to share some of my Project Life pages for June , which is the month that I was traveling. Although I had scrapbooked these in my Midori Travelers Notebooks, I still do a weekly spread in my 6x12 Project Life album, so that the album has a wholesome view of my life (or else, June will entirely not be inside)

Some of the close ups.

Thanks for stopping by :)