Stolen Moments » my quilting, sewing, and crafting blog

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  • Welcome to my blog!

    Hi! I'm Traci. As a wedding and portrait photographer, I have a photography blog that shares the work I do for clients. This blog is for my other creative side. The side that goes weak at the knees over fabric, adores anything crafty, and gets cranky without some sewing machine time!

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Category Archives: personal

My Camping Tips

We took our first camping trip in years last weekend.  Nic and I both grew up camping, although admittedly at different levels of intensity.  What I call “camping” Nic calls “car camping” in a way that suggests that I’ve never been camping so much as I’ve just been staying at four star hotels.  I will […]

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because I never could resist a bandwagon…

That’s right!  The weekender is on my to do list!  So far I’m only on the quilt-as-you-go panels and so it’s been a jolly stroll in the park.  I know there’s danger ahead though! There’s been a lot of this this week: So I’ve had more time for this: And before I forget, here are […]

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Welcome 2013!

For the last two years I have done a recap post at the end of the year and I’m not one to let a tradition die, so here goes! 2012 did not play out like I’d expected it to craft-wise.  Bronchitis, pneumonia, and a hospital stay dominated our February and March, traditionally my most productive […]

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Project Life Review

One of the crafty things I put the most time into this year was Project Life.  As the year comes to a close I’m so glad I invested the time into it and wanted to share my passion for this approach to scrapbooking with everyone! My take on Project Life is posted on here.

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the one where we all had flashbacks to the Waldo Canyon Fire

It always annoys me how people want to tell THEIR story when something stressful happens instead of just telling THE story.  No one cares about your take on it–we just want to know what happened on the macro level.  No one cares that you were making macaroni and cheese when aliens invaded your town–WE JUST […]

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