Sunday, August 10, 2014

Episode 29: Summer Bucket List

This week we're talking about summer and how it's fading fast! We'll discuss what we meant to get done, what we still plan to do and some of our favorite products for scrapping all those awesome summer pictures. 

Here are three ways to listen...
1) ScrapGals on Podomatic
2) ScrapGals on iTunes
3) Right here on this player...

As mentioned in this show, Tracie did a "favorite things" blog post with pics from Hobby Lobby after we recorded this show. Click here to see!  

Also mentioned, Tiffany's hilarious DIY all about it here.

Our favorite summer products:

Good Day Sunshine by Simple Stories
Note: We mention that Hobby Lobby is now carrying this line in paper pads. We saw them yesterday and they are one-sided but still good quality! 

Carta Bella - Ahoy There

Fancy Pants - Nautical Collection

Echo Park - Summer Bliss

Thanks for visiting! We love to hear from you - leave us a comment! 
Tiffany and Tracie


  1. I didn't have a summer bucket list, but if I did, it would have turned out like my 40 will be fab list - about 3 items checked off. Great episode as usual. And I have to ask - any more details on the possiblility of a spring crop???

    1. Yes!! We are definitely going to have a spring "Creative Event" but it will not be a crop. We figure you can crop at home or lots of places. This is going to be a special event where we will have fun and also be creative and make stuff! More details to be announced in the next couple of weeks!

  2. Summer layouts are my favorite. My summer bucket list is not going as planned and there are only three weeks left, I'd better get busy! Keep up the podcast, you two make Monday mornings the best morning of the week.

    1. Thank you so much!!!!! I also need to get busy on summer layouts!

  3. I had to pause the show to write a comment about reviewing products on! I'm part of a handful of people who work for them as independent contractors. Our job is to take the manufacturer specs for products and write the descriptions that appear in the store. The information provided by manufacturers ranges from excellent to non-existent, so it can be very helpful to read customer reviews when I have to write a description for a product that I've never seen or used. So thanks for always writing reviews!