Some awesome ideas for you!
This one isn't really a tutorial. But Ruth Rae has a great tip for a method of designing a necklace. I like her idea because I often find the pieces I make look so different when they're hanging on a person than when I'm working on them on a flat desk.
Again, not really a tutorial. But rather a description of her project. But there's enough information in Elise's post so that you can replicate the project if you'd like to. I love the concept: One family photo every month with a simple line or two of journaling. Major events also get a single photo and maybe a bit more journaling. She is planning on doing this project for eternity and I think it would be very cool. Also a great way for non-scrapbookers to do a bit of memory keeping in a simple way.
Making a bag out of an envelope is nothing new. It's an idea that has been around forever. I even did a tutorial on it in April. But what I love about this tutorial is the idea of adding tape to create a pattern. I'm taped obsessed and it seems like the whole of the internet is as well. This is such a fun way to show off your tapes! From the "How About Orange" blog.
Super easy idea from Studio 490 (I found it via ScrapScene). These are memo pins filled with a printed paper circle and Glossy Accents. So darn easy!
Thanks for stopping by!
P.S. If you're in the NYC area, my theatre company: The Milk Can Theatre Company, is having a little shindig on Friday night to help raise money for our fall production. It's just a $10 donation at the door for some live music, good company, and cheap drinks. I'd love it if you'd come!