I love when you answer a questions I'd been struggling with but never asked out loud!!
thanks for recording something per my request! :) great tips
I think all of the tips at the end were GREAT and your design reminders throughout are so helpful.
really useful - thank you!
Great episode. You're always so good at telling the story.
This video was so helpful both because of the journaling tips but also because of your use of 4x6 photos!
Video - Glitter Girl Adventure 054: The Written Record
This week Glitter Girl shares ideas for writing as part of your scrapbooking process, inspired by this journaling discussion [twopeasinabucket.com] on the General Scrapping message board. In this adventure, Glitter Girl shares how the writing is a part of her thought process throughout the creation of the page from choosing the products, placing elements on the page, then completing the design. At the end of today's video, she takes you through a few more examples to extend the perspective of journaling more than just a list of basic facts.
If you want to keep track of other ideas for journaling posted here at Two Peas, follow this board [pinterest.com] where I'll pin anything from Two Peas that might help inspire your writing.
You might also be interested in Jen Gallacher's journaling workshop here at Two Peas. It's listed in the supplies below - just click for further details.
Come along for the adventure, won't you?
Your challenge this week is to post a project including your own handwritten journaling AND in the layout description box, tell us about the choices you made when telling your story. That way we can get ideas from each other too! Be sure to check the box for this challenge in step four of the uploading process.
And if you're specifically looking for advice on what to do with handwriting mistakes, this adventure may prove useful:
And I'll see you next Wednesday for another Glitter Girl Adventure! Don't forget to post on the General Scrapping message board when you have a crafty dilemma - Glitter Girl could be on her way to your problem next week!