Saturday, December 27, 2014

Favorite Scrapbook Layouts of 2014

What a year 2014 has been for us! We basically re-arranged our lives in just about every way imaginable: new state, new community, new house, new job for my husband and a new baby granddaughter! It has been worth all the upheaval in so many ways for so many reasons. 

One thing that did not change was my love of scrapping. Here are my favorite layouts from the past year and a short explanation of why they made the cut.
This layout is included because there is a photo of me that I actually like. Shocking, I know.


Great memories of a location we lived in for almost 25 years. Don't tell my rabid OSU-fan family, but there are things about Michigan that are quite nice.


Any layout that combines photos spanning over 40 years is a winner in my book. I love making these kinds of connections.

Going to the beach is another family tradition that has spanned the decades. Finding new ways to document this ongoing story is a challenge I gladly accept.

Self-explanatory, don't you think? Plus, I have no words to describe.

He really is an awesome grandfather. I love being a grandmother with him. This is a great time of life for us and we are thankful.

Thank you to everyone who has viewed this blog, left comments, and just generally been supportive. I am grateful for the online friendships, especially this past year. My very best wishes to you all!






Monday, December 15, 2014

Scrapbooking with a Wonderful Focal Point Photo

Yikes, it's been a while. I have been scrapping, but these times, they are a-busy. Here's a little something created recently. It's the granddaughter again, of course!


How wonderful it is to have such a compelling focal point photo! Those tight crops can be stunning. Not only does the cluster embellishment highlight the focal point photo, but double matting and placing the title and journaling nearby bring additional attention.


I kept the embellishing simple for this layout, focusing on the unique shape and size of my stickers. But when it came to visual triangles, I went all out! The stickers form one triangle, the mini dots are in groups of three, there are three embellishment clusters, and the words “lucy” + “joy” + the large flower form a visual triangle of pink. Too much? 

Hope you are enjoying your holiday season!

Monday, November 17, 2014

Scrapbooking with a Big Circle Pattern

Here's a recent scrapbook layout made by combining trendy big circles with mixed media scrapbooking supplies and my Silhouette. The page is about our vacation this past summer. Right now there's several inches of snow on the ground, so I need a little beach fix.


Collection Featured: Fancy Pants Nautical
I die cut the circle frames with my Silhouette and painted them with watercolors. This technique wraps the photos in the warm colors of sunshine and sets a fresh summer mood for the page. Embossing paste and enamel dots create a subtle visual triangle around the circles. The washi tape behind the title helps it stand out on the page.

You can see what the rest of the Get It Scrapped! Creative Team did in the full article.




Monday, November 3, 2014

Glitter, Sparkle and Shine on a Scrapbook Layout

Cold, grey November days are on the way, so why not counteract that with some glittery gold that is such a popular scrapbook trend right now? That's exactly what the team over at Write.Click.Scrapbook.!  did with the November Gallery theme: Glitter, Sparkle, Shine. 


Collection Featured: JBS Mercantile Papercrafting Kit, August 2014
This layout takes me back to warmer weather and our summer vacation. Life is so good at the beach, and I wanted to capture that joyfulness with glitter, sparkle and shine! I painted a background band with ocean blue watercolors, then sewed and layered over top. You can find more inspiration from the rest of the team right here.

Monday, October 27, 2014

Scrapbook Layout Storytelling: Setting

Sometimes the story behind my scrapbook photos is all about the place or places involved. When setting is key, I like the challenge of conveying that in a special way on the layout. This page, for example, is about leaving our favorite hangouts in Michigan when we moved back to Ohio.


I represented the setting in my design by cutting out the shape of Michigan with my Silhouette and filling it with a collage of photos. This composition captures glimpses of familiar spots and groups them together in an interesting way. You can see what the rest of the Get It Scrapped! Creative Team did in the full article.


save $10 this month

get a 6-month all-access pass to 53 classes incorporating ebooks, videos, templates and sketches, weekly live webinar events, and a new class each month–all downloadable
Combine Masterful Scrapbook Design’s “magazine” format and live design conversations with the hands-on video tutorials of Scrapbook Coach. Put them in an all-access pass — and you’ll always have the kind of inspiration or training you need at the right time in an easy-to-access format.
Starting November 2014, we’ll be adding a new series into this rotation. The Compendium and “Look Book” is packed with layouts that illustrate a particular aspect of scrapbooking–it’s organized so that you can find the inspiration and techniques you need. We’ll be starting with story styles.

Sunday, October 19, 2014

New Class: Curated Scrapbook Albums

The following is from Debbie Hodge's newest online scrapbooking class, Curated Albums. I'll be taking this class in November. Hope you will consider being a part of the class!

curatedalbums880
With “Curated Albums,” revisit your body of scrapbooking work and pick out the very best pages and page combinations to tell overarching stories that compel you. This isn’t about re-ordering your current scrapbook albums. This isn’t about making new theme albums. This is about identifying recurring themes and compelling storylines in your past work, excerpting what you already have, filling in where needed, and making easy-to-hold and replicate personal story books.

The Curated Albums class includes:
  • Video and written lessons each week
  • One dozen curated album ideas
  • Four curated album story arcs
  • Design ideas for physical album, covers, dividers, and table of contents options
  • Print-, cut-, and digital-design files for curated album storytelling
  • Curation process walkthroughs including brainstorming ideas and digitizing paper pages with photography, scan-and-stitch, and send-out services
The Curated Albums class schedule is as follows:
The written and video lessons are made available on Tuesday mornings for 4 weeks. You access them at your convenience and then share in a private forum and gallery where your classmates respond at their convenience. You do not need to be anywhere at any specific time.
The office hours sessions are live and scheduled at several different hours. You can post your questions and links in the forum and gallery ahead of time if you cannot attend. A video recording of the office hours and chat log will be posted in your classroom area with 24 hours.
Lesson 1: Tues, Nov 4.
Lesson 2: Tues, Nov 11.
Lesson 3: Tues, Nov 18.
Lesson 4: Tues, Nov 25.
Office Hours: Thurs, Nov 6 at 8pm ET.
Office Hours: Weds, Nov 12 at 1pm ET.
Office Hours: Thurs, Nov 20 at 9pm ET.
Office Hours: Mon, Nov 24 at 4pm ET.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Visual Storytelling on Scrapbook Pages

Have you ever considered the characters, setting and plot of your scrapbook page story? It sounds a little bit like English class, but that's okay. I liked English class. Here's a page where these three elements are evident in the photos. It was also the perfect excuse to use those cute fox embellishments. That's a win-win in my book.

Collection Featured: Basic Grey Grand Bazaar
This page is about shopping for our granddaughter's baby room. The characters are our son and daughter in-law, the setting is Ikea and the plot is selecting stuffed animals to set the theme for decorating. I placed an outside shot with the name of the store in the upper LH corner of the layout as an entry point. The photos flow clockwise around the page, symbolizing the way we wandered around the store, selecting the perfect stuffed animals.

You can see what the rest of the Get It Scrapped! Creative Team did in the full article.

Check out the Get It Scrapped Membership! It combines Masterful Scrapbook Design's magazine format and live design conversations with the hands-on video tutorials of Scrapbook Coach in one all-access pass. Membership now includes access to a library of sketches and Photoshop templates! The newest Masterful Scrapbook Design class ebook, Story Play, is ready for members with 10 live events scheduled during September and October on the topic. Click here to view more details

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Scrapbook Layouts Roundup

I have a few layouts that haven't been blogged yet, so here's a quick post to share what I've been creating lately.



First, a page for Write.Click.Scrapbook's Sketchbook Saturday from September 20th. Such a versatile sketch. The possibilities for color and pattern are endless.



Next, a personal scrapping page featuring Basic Grey's Grand Bazaar collection. It's been ages since I scrapped something that was not for an assignment. I need to do this more often. It felt so good!


Finally, another personal scrapping page. Go me! The stars are a Silhouette shape, called "doodle stars" in the online store. The title is from Wilna Furstenberg's Art and Design class at Big Picture Classes. The yellow background is my very first use of watercolors on a scrapbook page.

That's it for now. Hope you are finding crafty time in your world!

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Using Patterned Paper Scraps on a Scrapbook Layout

The October Gallery is up over at Write.Click.Scrapbook.!  This month's theme is Happy Scraps. All the posts at WCS for the next 31 days will be about making use of what you have. Shopping your stash and being inspired even if you haven't been shopping lately. Sounds good!

Collection Featured: Jillibean Soup Cold Avocado Soup
My layout was created with leftover strips of patterned paper die cut into a 9-square grid using Lori Whitlock's Square Background Shapes from the Silhouette store. Then it was just a matter of filling in the shapes! The quotes about reading say: 

  • "I often feel sorry for people who don't read good books; they are missing a chance to lead an extra life." 
  • "Just the knowledge that a good book is awaiting one at the end of a long day makes the day happier."

Aren't those great? You can find more inspiration from the rest of the team right here

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Scrapbook Page Story Using a Timeline

A graphic approach is a great way to show relationships on a scrapbook page. My layout is about three generations of weddings: my parents, my husband and I, our son and his wife. Each is represented in a time line format using three panels organized by month and year.


I chose colors that were popular during the time periods from my patterned paper stash and cut the month titles with my Silhouette using fonts representative of each era. (Remachine Script, Chopin Script, Great Vibes from dafont.com) The years were added using my considerable stash of Thickers. The final result accentuates the passage of time and gives each photo an appropriate setting.

Have you ever used a timeline approach in your scrapping? You can see what the rest of the Get It Scrapped! Creative Team did in the full article.

Check out the Get It Scrapped Membership! It combines Masterful Scrapbook Design's magazine format and live design conversations with the hands-on video tutorials of Scrapbook Coach in one all-access pass. Membership now includes access to a library of sketches and Photoshop templates! The newest Masterful Scrapbook Design class ebook, Story Play, is ready for members with 10 live events scheduled during September and October on the topic. Click here to view more details


Friday, September 19, 2014

Fall Issue of Scrapbook & Cards Today Is Now Available!



I am very excited to be a part of the 35th issue of Scrapbook & Cards Today magazine. My layout is part of the PageMaps article that begins on page 29. Did I mention this is very exciting?

Ali Edwards has an article on scrapbooking mentors that is full of inspiring layout ideas. Cathy Zielske is a brand new contributor with an article on clean and simple scrapbooking. I am so happy to see her back in print!



You can download this issue for FREE at the Scrapbook & Cards Today website. Personally, I like to hold this beautiful magazine in my own two hands, so I have a subscription.

Don't miss out on all the inspiration!



Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Two Page Tuesday: One Page + Grid

My event scrapbook pages typically include lots of photos, so a two-page scrapbook layout is my best option. My layout strategy: use a design I typically scrap for a single page and mix it with a grid design on the facing page. Such an easy way to scrap eleven photos!
Collection Featured: Jillibean Soup Cold Avocado Soup
This page is about our nephew's high school graduation party. The two portrait style photos of him serve as the focal point, supported by a grid of candid shots from the party on the opposite page. I united the two sides of the layout by running strips of patterned paper along the top and bottom border of both pages, and repeating flair, enamel triangles and wood flags on both pages.

You can see what the rest of the Get It Scrapped! Creative Team did in the full article.

Check out the Get It Scrapped Membership! It combines Masterful Scrapbook Design's magazine format and live design conversations with the hands-on video tutorials of Scrapbook Coach in one all-access pass. Membership now includes access to a library of sketches and Photoshop templates! The newest Masterful Scrapbook Design class ebook, Story Play, is ready for members with 10 live events scheduled during September and October on the topic. Click here to view more details







Monday, September 15, 2014

Scrapbooker's Blog Tour

I am excited to be participating in the Scrapbooker's Blog Tour today! What fun. My friend Michelle Houghton tagged me last Monday. Michelle is on the creative team at Get It Scrapped! and one of the talented teachers at Creative Passion Classes. If you are interested in Copic markers, artistic doodling, or mixed media, you'll want to be sure to check out Michelle's classes.

Thanks for inviting me to be part of the tour, Michelle! Now, on to the questions:  

1. What am I working on right now?
I always have a Creative Team project for either Get It Scrapped! or Write.Click.Scrapbook in the works. I also teach at Creative Passion Classes, where I'm currently writing a new class, tentatively called "Giving Your Process Power". The class will combine design principles with stash busting in the form of challenges that promise to be both fun and educational. Finally, I try to set aside time for personal scrapping. Just finished this layout using the Basic Grey Grand Bazaar collection.

2. How long does it take me to create a project?
That is so hard to answer because I rarely complete anything in one sitting. I prefer to start a layout, let it sit overnight and come back to it the next day with fresh eyes. That slows my process, but I'm always more satisfied with the final result when I work that way. If I had to guess a total time, I'd say anywhere from 2 to 4 hours.

3. What are my favorite things to create with at the moment?
I love it all! Seriously, I don't think I would love scrapbooking as much without my Silhouette Cameo. So many possibilities with that machine. Patterned paper, hand stitching and typed journaling strips appear on almost every one of my layouts. Recently I've been experimenting with embossing paste and stencils.

4. How does my creating process work?
My most comfortable process begins with photos and story. These two things drive everything else. I try to choose papers and embellishments that enhance the photos and illustrate the story. I'm especially color-driven in choosing supplies. My title is often pulled from the journaling, or sometimes I choose to create a longer title that requires no further explanation. After laying down a background, there must be a place for the photos, title and journaling. Then comes the embellishing and stitching and all the finishing touches. I try to keep the page balanced and not add too much!

5. How do I become inspired and stay inspired?
I am inspired by my Creative Team assignments. They push me to think outside the box. I also enjoy watching scrapbook process videos on YouTube. Usually something in the video will give me a creative spark. Masterful Scrapbook Design and Scrapbook Coach provide so much inspiration on a regular basis. I often print pages from these resources and keep them in a notebook for instant ideas. Finally, I'm a big fan of Scrapbook & Cards Today. I read both the blog and the magazine. Can't wait for fresh inspiration when the fall issue is released on Friday!

6. What is my signature style?
I like to describe my style with three words: clean, colorful, classic. White space, patterned paper and designs like the grid are near and dear to me. I'm not messy in real life, and I like to see creative organization on my scrapbook layouts as well.

Now it's time for me to tag three more scrapbookers. I consider these ladies not only talented scrappers, but personal friends, even though we've never met in person. I've enjoyed their blogs and been inspired by their posts. They will share more about their process next Monday, September 22nd.

Hope you've enjoyed the tour and thank you so much for stopping by!


Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Empty Nest Scrapbooking

The latest episode of The Paperclipping Roundtable podcast is about empty nest scrapbooking, and I got to be one of the panelists! We had a spirited discussion that should be of interest to current and future empty nest scrapbookers. Here are a few layouts that are relevant to the topic that I want to share.

Do I still scrapbook about our grown son? You bet I do! Even though we don't see each other every day, thanks to social media, I still know what's going on in his thoughts and life.


When we all get together, I get a chance to observe and record the relationship between our son and his lovely wife. The couple they are, the two that are becoming one. The friendship, love and support they show one another. The playfulness. Lots of playfulness. 




I mentioned on the podcast that I especially enjoy the father-son relationship that exists between my husband and our son. They have a mutual love and respect for one another that can only make this mother's heart happy. They also share a few similar interests, like photography and sports. And perfectionism.




Are you an empty nest scrapbooker or soon to be one? I think you'll find plenty of great ideas and a very positive vibe going on in this podcast. It actually encouraged me! Here it is: The Paperclipping Roundtable podcast.


Monday, September 1, 2014

Back to School, Old School Style

The September Gallery is up over at Write.Click.Scrapbook.!  This month's theme is Back to School. Because we are past the going-back-to-school phase of life at our house, this layout documents my own photos from elementary school. In all their embarrassing glory.



I couldn't resist subjecting my husband's school photos to the same treatment. After all, why should I be the only one cringing at the mixture of cute and awkward?



You can find more (current) inspiration from the rest of the Write.Click.Scrapbook. team right here. 

Monday, August 25, 2014

Starting with Color & Pattern

Have you ever started a scrapbook layout with patterned paper and color before photos and story? It's a great way to shake up your scrapping process. I had no idea where I was going when I assembled this background. I just had fun playing with the paper. Fun. Fun. Fun.



I started by piecing together a background of three large strips: a bold, playful polka dot on the bottom, a small grid in the middle and a tone-on-tone watercolor at the top. A warm color palette unites all three and a geometric border sticker completes the design. I feel like I just created a brand new piece of patterned paper!



I chose pictures about a baby shower for our daughter in-law. The colors in the photos and the festive occasion were a good match for my background of color and pattern. The focal point photo is matted on white cardstock, while the smaller supporting photos are unmatted with additional layering behind them.


Collection Featured: Basic Grey Highline
The finished layout includes: 
  • the title and journaling
  • a brad connecting all 3 photos 
  • a small cluster in the upper LH corner  
  • a stitched black border framing the entire page 
You can see what the rest of the Get It Scrapped! Creative Team did in the full article.



Monday, August 18, 2014

YouTube Scrapbooking Process Video

I recently uploaded a new scrapbooking process video on my YouTube channel. It began with this sketch from Write.Click.Scrapbook., but soon took on a life of it's own. You can see the rest of my process and the finished layout right here or over at my YouTube channel.




Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Telling My Scrapbook Page Story with a Venn Diagram

I love the visual storytelling that occurs on a scrapbook layout, so for this page I turned to a popular info graphic design, the Venn diagram, to tell my tale. This page is about the birth of our granddaughter. The interlocking hearts contain the names of our daughter in-law, son and granddaughter in a color scheme that echoes their union with a union of color. When red and yellow combine they make orange, thus our granddaughter's name is in orange.

I used my Silhouette to cut out three sets of hearts and layered them on the page for a tone-on-tone effect with dimension. The title and date are cut out of the white cardstock and backed with black cardstock. The names are letter stickers from Jillibean Soup. I thought I would embellish the page, but just fell in love with the simplicity and left it alone.

You can see what the rest of the Get It Scrapped! Creative Team did in the full article.

Check out the Get It Scrapped Membership! It combines Masterful Scrapbook Design's magazine format and live design conversations with the hands-on video tutorials of Scrapbook Coach in one all-access pass. Membership now includes access to a library of sketches and Photoshop templates! The newest Masterful Scrapbook Design class ebook, Product Play, is ready for members with 10 live events scheduled during July and August on the topic. Click here to view more details



Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Favorite Fonts for Scrapbook Page Titles

Have you ever thought about a scrapbook page title not only telling your story in words, but also conveying the mood of your layout? That is what I tried to do by combining two of my favorite fonts on this page about our day trip to Kelleys Island on Lake Erie last summer.


Based on the sign welcoming us to the island, I chose similar font styles and colors to create the title for my layout. Using the offset feature on my Silhouette, I created custom mats for the letters to help them pop off the page. The script font is Lobster and the serif font is ChunkFiveEx. Both are free and available at dafont.com 


Hopefully I succeeded in conveying a fresh and casual nautical mood with this title. I love pairing two different styles of fonts, in this case a bold, condensed script with an ultrabold serif. You can see what the rest of the Get It Scrapped! Creative Team did in the full article.

Check out the Get It Scrapped Membership! It combines Masterful Scrapbook Design's magazine format and live design conversations with the hands-on video tutorials of Scrapbook Coach in one all-access pass. Membership now includes access to a library of sketches and Photoshop templates! The newest Masterful Scrapbook Design class ebook, Product Play, is ready for members with 10 live events scheduled during July and August on the topic. Click here to view more details

Friday, August 1, 2014

A Scrapbook Title That Says It All

Sometimes on a scrapbook page, one appropriate title and one appealing photo are all that's necessary. Especially when they go as well together as this title from the Silhouette online store paired with this photo of my husband and granddaughter. 

The look on his face. How do I even attempt to describe that?

Collection Featured: Jenni Bowlin Papercrafting and Artisian Add On Kits, April 2014

This page was created for the August Gallery over at Write.Click.Scrapbook.!  This month's theme is The Best. No journaling necessary. I just added their names and ages. You can find more inspiration from the rest of the team right here

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

YouTube Scrapbooking Process Video

I recently uploaded a new scrapbooking process video on my YouTube channel. It starts with a photo block, a journaling block and a patterned paper block. You can see the rest of my process and the finished layout right here or over at my YouTube channel.

Collection Featured: Dear Lizzy Daydreamer

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Two Page Tuesday: Cluster Design Foundation

I think it's fairly common to see a cluster foundation on a single page scrapbook layout, but what about a two-page design? I did just that on this layout about exploring the hidden treasures of a lifelong avid collector. 


Using Debbie Hodge's Scrapbook Coach Class #13 as inspiration, I created a circle and bracket cluster foundation for my layout. I cut an 11" circle with my Silhouette and divided it between the two pages. The large doily, scalloped borders and rounded corner on the journaling block keep the organic shape flowing around the page. You can see what the rest of the Get It Scrapped! Creative Team did in the full article.



Check out the Get It Scrapped Membership! It combines Masterful Scrapbook Design's magazine format and live design conversations with the hands-on video tutorials of Scrapbook Coach in one all-access pass. Membership now includes access to a library of sketches and Photoshop templates! The newest Masterful Scrapbook Design class ebook, Product Play, is ready for members with 10 live events scheduled during July and August on the topic. Click here to view more details

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Pushing My Scrapbook Patterned Paper Story

Have you ever considered that you have a scrapbook patterned paper story? Those are the prints you are drawn to and select again and again for your layouts. My typical pattern story is simple and geometric: dots, stripes, chevrons and grids, for the most part. 



This page is about our granddaughter at one day old. Isn't she adorable? The baby blanket in the photo inspired me to create this Pinterest board and push my patterned paper story to include a leopard print as part of the design. I'm happy with the result because I included just enough of the new pattern to make a statement while staying true to my style.

You can see what the rest of the Get It Scrapped! Creative Team did in the full article.

Check out the Get It Scrapped Membership! It combines Masterful Scrapbook Design's magazine format and live design conversations with the hands-on video tutorials of Scrapbook Coach in one all-access pass. Membership now includes access to a library of sketches and Photoshop templates! The newest Masterful Scrapbook Design class ebook, Product Play, is ready for members with 10 live events scheduled during July and August on the topic. Click here to view more details



Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Go To Designs: Scrapbook Layout and Process Video

My newest YouTube scrapbooking process video focuses on a favorite page design. Can you guess what it is? The layout was created for the July Gallery over at Write.Click.Scrapbook.! This month's theme is The Great Outdoors.


Collection Featured: Amy Tangerine Plus One

If you said the Blocked Design, you are correct! This layout celebrates one of my favorite summer flowers, the Black-eyed Susan. I think they are just so happy and cheerful. It wasn't until Phil planted them in raised beds that we were able to grow them in abundance. You can find more inspiration from the rest of the WCS Creative Team right here

The process video is part of my ongoing Go To Designs Series. To see the other videos in this series, please visit my YouTube channel.

Thursday, June 26, 2014

My Scrapbooking Community

Two Peas in a Bucket is closing. 

Did I read that email correctly? Wow. I can't say it is a total surprise. There had been warning signs that this might happen. But the actual announcement still came as a shock and brought much sadness. I wish everyone associated with Two Peas all the best in their future endeavors. You will be greatly missed.

The message boards were closed almost immediately, which left no time for their community to seek other venues for sharing ideas and layouts. That is very sad. In case you are searching to fill that void, I can happily and wholeheartedly recommend the Get It Scrapped! community and Creative Passion Classes. 

If you visit either of these places and have questions, I would be happy to help. You can email me or leave a comment at the end of this post.

For online shopping, I will be visiting A Cherry On Top, located in Michigan, Simon Says Stamps, located in Ohio, and Scrapbook.com.

How about you? Where will you be found instead of Two Peas?

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Two Page Tuesday: Grid Design

I love a good grid foundation, so why not double the fun and use it on a two-page scrapbook layout? That's exactly what I did on a recent Creative Team assignment for Get It Scrapped! This page is about teaching Silhouette classes at my local scrapbook store.

Collection Featured: Basic Grey Highline
I think establishing a pleasing flow is the key to a successful two-page grid design. It's as easy as one, two, three.

  1. The photos are positioned so no one is looking off the page. 
  2. The title and journaling create a diagonal flow from upper left to lower right, spanning both pages. 
  3. The embellishments flow in a zig zag fashion to keep the eye moving up and down both rows in the grid. 

You can see what the rest of the team did with this challenge in the full article.

Check out the Get It Scrapped Membership! It combines Masterful Scrapbook Design's magazine format and live design conversations with the hands-on video tutorials of Scrapbook Coach in one all-access pass. Membership now includes access to a library of sketches and Photoshop templates! The newest Masterful Scrapbook Design class ebook, Process Play, is ready for members with 10 live events scheduled during May and June on the topic. Click here to view more details

Thursday, June 12, 2014

One Layout, Five Challenges

Today I'm hosting over at Write.Click.Scrapbook. by sharing this summer layout and suggesting five scrapping challenges prompted by the page. 


The five challenges cover story, photos, title & journaling, composition, color & product. You can see them all in the article here. There's also One Final Challenge that could supply you with scrapping ideas for the entire summer!