- My inspiration was PRODUCT.
- Based on the product, I decided to have my main project this
month be a mini-album gift for my niece's graduation.
- I've taught acrylic mini-albums classes and have one
Scrapbook Page Maps 2 by Becky
Fleck so I felt quite comfortable using the acrylic pages
as my base.
- Gathering themed items (embellishments) relating to
graduation, parties, friends, etc.
- Although the point of the Counterfeit Kit Challenge is to
shop from your own stash, I did hit up a clearance sale at A.C.
Moore for a few goodies
- Decision is made not to use photographs so niece can fill
album with her photographs from graduation and graduation parties
- MOTIVATION: To spend minimum 15 minutes or
create minimum 1 page per day, whichever I feel like it at the
- WHERE TO SCRAP: For some reason, although I
have plenty of desk space, and it is clear....I am working on
this project on the floor
- Begin! You
can see the beginnings here.
- SHARE: Photograph and share online progress
- Make page 2 of acrylic album using smaller embellishments
than on the cover. These embellishments will hide any adhesives
or other items you do not want to show. See next image.
- Make a transparency page for page 3 per inspiration from
|These are also my Pages 2 -5 for the Counterfeit Kit Challenge.|
- Choose a second acrylic page, and scrap with textured
cardstock, ribbon, journaling box and punches.
- Let ideas about stamping on this page simmer overnight.
- Repeat Step 6
Julian's Photo Freedom class at Big Picture Classes online.
Are you having fun yet?
- You have a nice digital camera and you're taking plenty of wonderful pictures to spark happy memories and help you tell personal stories.
- You own lots of beautiful papers and decorative embellishments and you've put time and energy into organizing these supplies so that they can inspire your inherent creativity.
- You have a strong desire to make good on these investments and yet something is missing. You just can't seem to wrap your brain around the whole process of taking pictures, organizing stuff, finding time, making pages and projects, and feeling productive and satisfied when it comes to scrapbooking. You want to know that all this effort is making a difference, that you're doing it "right" and that what you create will have meaning in the future.
You're invited to join BPC founder Stacy Julian in the newest iteration of her popular Library of Memories course, so that she can set you free to find what you want to find, when you want to find it, and to create what you feel inspired to create, when you feel inspired to create it. Specifically, Stacy will help you establish a digital workflow to prioritize and organize the
thousands of digital images on your computer. She'll give you direction for the boxes of prints at the top of your closet and she'll introduce you to a wonderfully flexible and inviting system of storing and sharing memories that you can adapt to your personal goals and needs. All along the way, Stacy and her experienced team of coaches will encourage you to let go of unrealistic expectations and unnecessary rules, so that you can embrace the future of memory preservation with confidence.
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