I don’t talk about it much here, but back in 2009 I started a website called The Daily Digi. It is a site dedicated to digital scrapbookers and photographers. I ran it for a year, and then after starting homeschooling I realized it was just too much for me. My partner, Steph, took over for me and did an amazing job with running the site for five years. Due to some personal changes in her life, she asked me last summer if I would be interested in taking the site back. Knowing it would make our time more flexible for doing partnership development for our Wycliffe ministry, we decided to go for it.
In short, the site works to promote digital designers and also to share with the scrapbooking community the latest news, techniques, and products. In addition to daily posts on scrapbooking and photography, each month we also publish something called The Digi Files. For the low price of $7.50, scrappers get seven full scrapbooking kits to download. With more than $50 worth of product for just $7.50, it’s very popular!
This month I wanted to include a little something different. I am a firm believer in being intentional with creating memories. Obviously, many of our memories can’t and shouldn’t be planned. On the other hand, if we aren’t intentional and creating moments, the days start to slip by and “tomorrow” never comes. So, I created a fun, printable party pack that families could use at home. You know how much I love camping! So, if you can’t (or don’t want to) head to the campground, a fun campout at home is the next best thing!
Granted, I am one of “those moms” who really enjoys this type of activity. Creating with paper and food is fun for me. This may not be your thing and don’t for one minute feel guilty about it. If I didn’t enjoy it, I wouldn’t do it.
However, I also know many moms who want to do fun and creative things but don’t really know where to start. That’s where this party pack comes in. Everything is done for you. I researched and created so you wouldn’t have to. You can just print, cut, and enjoy! It’s only available until the end of the month, so if you are interested, grab it now. Otherwise, just sit back and enjoy my pictures. We had a fun afternoon! The kids loved having food I would never normally buy (isn’t that what camping is for?) and I loved watching my little people be together. Win Win.
After eating, we had a scavenger hunt. I paired the big kids with a little kid and it was the sweetest thing to watch!