Grow Something Digital Scrapbook Kit


Capturing the Seasons: “Growing Something” Digital Scrapbook Kit

As the days get longer and the sun warms the earth, do you feel the urge to spend time in the garden? Whether you’re an experienced gardener or just starting out, there’s something magical about growing plants from seed to harvest. If you want to document your gardening journey, my new collection, “Grow Something,” a collaboration with Tami Miller Designs is perfect for you. It’s ideal for showcasing your gardening efforts and harvest.

Showcasing Your Efforts

Whether you’re documenting your first sprouting seedlings or celebrating a bountiful harvest, you put a lot of work into your garden. Use “Grow Something” to showcase the excitement of sowing seeds in neat rows, seeing the first green shoots emerge from the soil, and harvesting your crops. You can also snap photos of delicate flower petals and vibrant colors and use the wooden frames to highlight your favorite seed packets or showcase the first green shoots emerging from the soil. If you want to create a digital garden journal, you can use the ruler, labels, and stitching elements that come with the kit. Write down planting dates, observations, and gardening tips to help you keep track of your progress.

The “Grow Something” kit isn’t just for gardening theme either. We’ve done our best to design this collection with versatility so that it can be used for a variety of subjects. Joyce (GingerScraps Creative Team Member) used it to document …. well, here, take a look. (So adorable!)



Explore the Grow Something Collection and cultivate your memories today!

Available at: Karen Schulz Designs  |  GingerScraps  OscrapsMyMemories


Individual products are available separately, but the Collection is always your Best Value AND the Grow Something Collection comes with a Free-With-Purchase Extra Paper Pack.


Layout Inspiration:

by Anke



by Olga


For more inspiration visit my shop and see the Collection Detailed Images.
“Good Gardening is very simple, really. You just have to learn to think like a plant.”  – Barbara Damrosch
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