What have I been up to lately…

The short answer is LOTS!! The last few weeks of April + the month of May really filled up quickly. First thing I want to tell you about is my Guest role over on the October Afternoon blog 🙂 Every Friday in the month of May I’ll be sharing a project that I made with October Afternoon’s most recent release, “Treasure Map”. It’s full of beautiful blues and aquas and woodgrain and stars…pretty much all of my favourite things. I’ve been such a long time fan of October Afternoon, being invited to share my work with them is ridiculously exciting! You can learn a little bit more about me in my Q&A/Intro post last week here. detail 3And I’ll have a new post up tomorrow sharing a Project Life spread that I think turned out pretty great 🙂 Over on the Big Picture Classes blog, I’m sharing a super simple tutorial for DIY Photocards to get ready for Mother’s Day this weekend.DIYphotocard1 I’ve got two new layouts coming up in Kelly Purkey’s Sketchbook class over at Studio Calico this month! I’m so sorry to say that registration for this class is currently closed, but keep an eye out because it may become available again in the future!PBaldwin_Sketch1_detail PBaldwin_Sketch4_detail And one of the projects I’m most excited about right now…I’ll be contributing a few projects for Ali Edwards’ new 12 week class “Type”. typeClass started April 20th and I’m sorry to say that this one isn’t currently open for registration either. BUT, I believe there may be plans in the works to re-release it in the future, so keep your eyes peeled for that! In between all of that, I celebrated my 34th birthday (thank you to my amazing friends for the awesome “afternoon tea”! You guys are seriously the best 🙂 ),IMG_1999worked my butt off to develop a training program to teach nurses how to do Stem Cell collections, wrote my Oncology Nursing Exam, and found myself on a very unexpected detour in this life journey…still trying to navigate that one. I’ve got some exciting things in store for June and July and can’t wait to share them with you soon 🙂 Thanks so much for stopping by today guys! I really do appreciate it. Pam


  1. I already left a comment on the OA site, but I just want to say again how much I love all your work. I wish I had taken those 2 classes just so I could see your layouts. Looking forward to seeing lots more from you!
    You may remember that I told you that I was going to be a stem cell donor for my sister who has leukemia. The collection is being done on May 19th and then the transplant on the 20th. I am so hoping it’s successful!

  2. Hi Pam,

    Hoping the unexpected detour isn’t anything too serious…
    Excited to hear about your work with OA, I’m going to go check it out now!

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