Thank you for this! I Always choose my photos first but i gave this a try and it worked beautifully!! Defently going to use this method and the sketches moore times:)
You are a genius! You have totally changed my life. I attempted this approach today with 6 layouts and breezed through the decisions like it was nothing. My pages look great, and I need more supplies!!!!
love the layouts but i doubt my ability to use this strategy... i'll give it a try!
Love both of these layouts!!
Thank you for letting me learn from you.
I intend to use this process for "title pages" and use multiple photo page protectors for remaining photos
I think a I learnt a lot from this, but I still really hesitate to not look at photos first to think about colours!
Video - Glitter Girl Adventure 065: Layouts Within Limits
This week Glitter Girl takes you through an exercise designed to get you past a certain stage of creative block: being overwhelmed by options and supplies. Inspired by this discussion [twopeasinabucket.com] on the General Scrapping board, this extended episode takes you through Glitter Girl's personal remedy to this problem: assembling a checklist of supplies, then choosing photos, then creating three layouts following a formula designed to show just how versatile our supplies really can be. Once the pages are finished, there is an important step of evaluation to take forward the things you do or do not like about the layouts created. You may find your supply choices don't really need to take hours to come up with something that you will love.
If you would like to take on this specific challenge, download a printable checklist and resource sheet in the Files section below to guide you through the process.
Come along for the adventure, won't you?
If your creative block comes more from just not having an idea today - not specifically being overwhelmed by the supplies you have on hand - then choose any Two Peas video and use the inspiration you see there to start a page! Once you've started creating, step away from following the video exactly and add your own personal style to complete the page.
This week Glitter Girl challenges you to choose your supplies first, then your photos, then scrap away. Consider taking a picture of your supplies before you start to add to your gallery post with your finished project(s). Tell us a bit about the challenges you face - do you suffer from product paralysis that keeps you from creating because you just know there might be a perfect sheet of paper somewhere in your collection? Or are you challenged by something a little different? Don't forget to check the box for this challenge in step four of the uploading process.
May your supplies be on your side - and happy scrapping!
Enter a name for your new wishlist.