Hi there!

I’m Pam Baldwin 🙂

I’m Canadian.

I’m a wife and a mom.

I’m a Hematology-Oncology nurse.

I’m a pretty good cake decorator.

I’m an overuser of smiley faces 🙂 and exclamation points!!!.

I dream of the day when sleeping in means later than 6:30 am.

I am not a coffee/tea drinker but I am hooked on the caffeine content of Diet Pepsi (see pervious statement re: dreams).

I’m our family memory keeper aka. scrapbooker & photographer.

I love clean designs, big pictures, and all things wood grain.

I’m a big fan of Google and Pinterest, and I’m willing to take on all sorts of crafty endeavors when inspiration or need strikes!

I’ve been crazy blessed with some amazing opportunities in the world of memory keeping. Here’s the highlight reel:

This year, I’m so happy to be a part of Ali Edwards’ Creative Team! You can find my stuff and some seriously stellar inspiration from the team here.

I love teaching and helping people figure stuff out. I’ve been thrilled to contribute to lots of workshops and classes with Ali Edwards and Studio Calico over the past few years. AND you can find my class “Text Tricks” with Big Picture Classes right here. Be on the lookout for a few new classes from me this year 🙂

One of the highlights of my 2016 was being invited to contribute a pocket page article to Scrapbook and Cards Today (Winter Issue)!!! You can check that out right here if you’re interested 🙂


  1. Hi Pam,

    I just listened to your episode on Pocket Talk, congratulations!!!!! I really enjoyed it.
    Although my children are grown, 16 and 21, I love your style.
    As a fellow Hamiltonian and pocket page scrapbooker I’m very proud and thrilled to learn that you are on the Ali Edwards Creative Team (I love her!)
    Keep up the awesome work 🙂

    1. Kim!!! It’s always exciting to discover fellow scrapbookers so close to home 🙂 Thank you so much for taking the time to say “hi”!

  2. Hi Pam,
    I love your style. Just wondering what sort of printer do you use at home to print your photos.

    1. Hey Melissa! Thank you so much 🙂 I’ve actually been trying out a few different kinds of printers lately, but I keep going back to my Canon. I purchased a Canon iP8720 last month and I’m so happy with it! It can do large format photos (up to 13×19) and it has a rear feeding paper tray so I can actually run 3×4 journaling cards through it as well. Love it!

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