I am having an internal debate with myself about how much I need to write about my layouts. When I was on a design team (one of the greatest experiences of my life) I was persuaded to write more about the product I used and the techniques that I used since I was trying to sell product for the store. I was cool with that and enjoyed doing it… Today, my scrapbooking is more about the fact that I am actually getting it done and enjoying the process to the best of my ability. I am not sure how much I need to write. I am going to try to continue listing the products I used and continue to link the collections I used when I can remember what exact item I used (not always possible given the state of my scrap space). I am happy to answer any questions you may have about my techniques or about the products (given the simplicity of my pages lately I don’t imagine there will be many). I am also hoping for a new camera soon, but until then you will have to bear with me as I have less than perfect pictures…. my old camera went missing from my purse last August and I have been punting with a relic of a digital camera or the I-pod since ( I haven’t learned how to get a good picture from the I-pod, and the preview screen on the old digital doesn’t give a preview of the picture and the auto focus is pretty bad, so I don’t know what kind of image I got until I bring it inside and upload the picture on the computer; and then you have my shoddy vision issues I have to contend with).
Any suggestions you have that I can use to make this blog better, I surely would appreciate. I feel like I am re-learning almost everything; including how to be a member of the human race again… So please, comments on anything are always appreciated.
Paper: Simple Stories-Vintage Bliss
Brads: Simple Stories-Vintage Bliss
Candy Dots: My Minds Eyes
Edge Punch: Fiskars
Distress Ink: Tim Holtz
Alpha Stickers: American Crafts Thickers, American Craft Dear Lizzy-Neapolitan (pink scrabble tiles) and My Minds Eyes (letter tab stickers)
Other Stickers: Simple Stories-Vintage Bliss
Wood Veneer: Crate Paper-Acorn Avenue (I used the reverse Side)
White Pen: Sharpies Paint Pen
Photo Overlay: Simple Stories-Vintage Bliss
Staples: Tim Holtz Tiny Attache
Other Materials: Tim Holtz Grunge Paper and 3-M Foam Mounting Tape