It's been on sale for a little while now, but I wanted to wait until the new blog was up and running until I shared this with you!
Towards the end of last year I submitted an idea for a book to the lovely people over at Ella Publishing all about being single and scrapbooking about it. If I'm honest, I forgot all about it until one day back in March I got the loveliest email from Angie Lucas, owner of Ella Publishing saying that she loved my idea and that she'd love for me to write an eBook adapted from my original idea.
And there began the most incredible journey of me writing my own scrapbooking eBook...I still have to pinch myself sometimes to check I'm not dreaming!! It was such a fun experience and Angie was just wonderful to work with. I been so so lucky.
So, here it is...'Scrapbooking Your Single Years'...here's what the lovely people at Ella have to say about it...
Scrapbooking Your Single Years
88 spectacular page ideas for current & former singles
by Stephanie Baxter
Alternate title: An eBook about loving your life while looking for love.
CAUTION: This eBook is only suitable for those who are either currently or formerly single. (Luckily, that means everyone!)Newcomer author Stephanie Baxter brings you a 30-page guide to capturing all aspects of your single years—whether you're in the midst of them or they're long in the past.See great ideas for scrapbooking whom you spend time with, where you live, the things you love, your hopes and fears, your greatest achievements, and more. Enjoy beautiful layout examples from crafty singles in their teens, 20s, 30s, and 40s! You'll also love seeing layouts from a few former singles who are scrapbooking about their past lives as singletons.The ideas in this eBook can be adapted to any stage of life, helping you scrapbook about yourself right now, or back then, and capture memories that matter.
Here's a little sneak peek of what you'll find inside...
I promise you that you won't regret it if you buy it...the list of contributors I got to work with in this book is astounding: Geralyn Sy, Allison Landy, Amy Tan, Sarah Champion, Sara Benzkofer, Megan Powell, Caroline Ikeji, Cheryl Manz-Ametwee and Angie Lucas...there is such serious talent in there! I'm so lucky these girls all agreed to contribute!
The other good news is that I have a copy of the book to give away to one lucky blog reader. Please leave a comment and I'll draw a winner next week.