Ella blog hop.

Have you seen Ella’s newest E-book?

I think it’s a FANTASTIC book and what a great concept too! Personally, I think things that are totally everyday or ordinary are actually quite extraordinary. After all – what’s routine today probably won’t be in a few months or years! Some of my favorite pages are about everyday details like…

  • Most cooked/favorite meal
  • Daily routine
  • inside joke or current funny thing we always talk about
  • Something one of the kids is real into
  • Just happy feelings about today, why I’m blessed, etc.

Or the dog just hanging out…

It’s all good! Anyhow – I’ve got a copy of Ella’s new book Scrapbooking the Everyday for one of you!! Just leave a comment here and I’ll draw a winner later this week.

As far as the blog hop-age goes, I’m linking up (aka hop on over to) KeshetΒ  http://overtherainbow-keshet.blogspot.com/

but here’s all the links to the Ella girls:

http://www.brendajohnston.blogspot.com
http://donnajannuzzi.blogspot.com
http://www.huffordhouse.blogspot.com
http://iloveitallwithmonikawright.blogspot.com
http://midwestscrapgarden.blogspot.com
http://paperandcookies.blogspot.com
http://thelinarstudio.typepad.com/embracelife
http://francineclouden.typepad.com/callaloo_soup
http://wickysticket.blogspot.com
http://overtherainbow-keshet.blogspot.com

59 thoughts on “Ella blog hop.”

  1. Very weird, that I’m in my google reader, reading blogs…I read your blog…scroll down and read others…scroll back up and what? New blog from May? Already?

    This is cool! I’m working to do more scrapbooking of the everyday. That’s what I’m trying currently to make my baby’s “baby book” album into. Scrapbooking her everyday. I’m taking notes for when I get around to some of these. Because who has time to scrapbook more than once or twice a week with an 8 month old?

  2. Looks like another Ella book to add to my wishlist! Loved your post about your east coast visit. We went to Richmond for my nephew’s departure ceremony a couple of weeks ago. Proud aunt of one army nephew and one air force! πŸ™‚

  3. Everyday life – isn’t that what life IS? If we want to document life for future generations, it’s the everyday things that are the important things. That’s the only way scrapbooking can be a glimpse into a life, rather than looking at an event.

  4. Thank you for the bullet list of ideas!! This blog roll is a blast! Wonderful idea Ella Publishing!! You are all so creative and inspiring. Thank you!

  5. I used to only scrap events, but I’ve started scrapping the everyday moments and love those layouts even more. Looks like a great book.

  6. I have a whole section in one of my albums for my pets and I think I’ve only done one or two layouts ever! I should really do more about my numerous pets!!

  7. I have good intentions of creating a mini album totally devoted to Maggie, our dog and our previous one, Morgan, but never get around to it. I have the photos printed, embellishments and papers so I just need to devote an afternoon to it!

  8. This ebook looks like a wonderful source of ideas and inspiration with practical application that I would love to make use of.

  9. Thanks for the chance to win this great book May! Your post makes me realize I should make a page about my dog and her EVERYDAY habit of hanging out with me at night when I make lunches for my kids, hoping to get a few scraps of turkey. πŸ™‚

  10. Looks like a fun layout. I have done layouts of our pet turtle. Thanks for a chance to win.

  11. I have never been a big event scrapper. 10 years from now I know I will want to remember the small details of our lives. Thanks for a chance to win.

  12. I am a big fan of documenting the everyday…. that’s where the inside stories are that make our lives so unique! Please pick me as your lucky winner!

  13. Your dog has such personality! Love the layout and would love to win this book!

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