There are big plans coming in the upcoming weeks for the scrapbooking blog. New challenges, layouts, and articles to help with your projects and creative needs. Advice and tips from the experts, interviews, new products and hot techniques are all coming soon. Just in time for the school year, when hopefully you will find more time to yourself to scrapbook and just enjoy life.
So, let’s see what went on in the scrapbook blog this week:
Lots of great articles and tips have been passed along in the scrapbooking blog this week. As most of you know, I am now also blogging for the photography blog, and educating myself on how to tie these two hand-in-hand blogs together has become a huge goal.
Journaling has got to probably be one of my favorite parts of scrapbooking. I love being able to write words that express how I felt about an event, or how I am feeling about that person. My children love to read what I have written, and all in all journaling is inspirational and feels good.
Having trouble finding the right words? Using some song lyrics on your scrapbook layouts is a great way to convey a feeling or emotion. Sometimes a song’s lyrics say it better than we can on our own.
Portraits seem to be a challenge for many scrapbookers to turn into layouts. I’m not sure if it is because you are left with so many pictures, a very common complaint. Or if it is because of the many different sizes you receive in a portrait package.
As part of this series about portraits and your layouts, I am determined to find solutions for what to do with each of the problems that faces a scrapbooker. Many scrapbookers find the simply obnoxious amount of photographs you get in a package to be overwhelming.
Portrait packages are notorious for coming with several different sizes. From almost too big to do anything with except hang on the wall, to being to small for anything that even resembles being able to see the photograph, the sizes can be challenging to work with.
Not all scrapbookers choose to go pay the high prices for expensive studio portraits. So where do they get their portraits? Aside from the yearly school portrait packages that come home, usually they create their own home studios for taking these same types of portraits.
It seems like a strange question to ask, I know. However the longer I scrapbook, the more I hear people say that they are afraid to scrapbook. Afraid to scrapbook? I ask myself how anyone can be afraid to scrapbook, yet there really are some people that are.
Have a wonderful week!