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Posted 1/17/2013 by tinkgumby in General Scrappin'
 

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Posted: 1/17/2013 12:01:41 AM
This is not so much a complaint as something I found amusing - I was showing my hubby my fifth layout I've done for CHA challenges, and his comment was that it looked like all the focus was on the design, and the picture and story were secondary.

It's true - all my time was spent choosing colors and patterns, and THEN the photo that would go with it. It's just interesting that he noticed and cared. He said he wants to look through albums full of photos and stories, not to admire the artistic design.

Sounds like he'll love our project life album! You don't get much simpler than that.

(He did acknowledge that he can't dictate how I scrap and he understands I'm having fun creating - but he actually prefers it simpler!)

Anyone else have their husband or someone else express opinions like that?
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Posted: 1/17/2013 1:03:15 AM
Two thumbs up for hubby I have to say I agree with him 100%. It should be more about the pics and story then how pretty it looks (although I like it to look a bit pretty ).

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Posted: 1/17/2013 1:12:39 AM
Be thankful.

My DH is an architect, so feels free to comment on my design. He even told me a title I did on a page recently was crap. His words. 'Try again'. I did agree with him once he explained his reasoning, but I really wanted to use the glitter letters. Ended up changing it to a Sill die-cut title, which did actually look better (shh, don't tell him or he'll never stop).

I think we should just be thankful they take an interest.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 3:47:40 AM
I recognize this. My DH says the same everytime I show him a layout I did. I started PL and he likes those pages better.
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Posted: 1/17/2013 6:36:48 AM
Yes, my youngest daughter just told me she is very excited about me starting Project life because though my recent albums have had "pretty pages" she really wants more story to be there.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 6:45:43 AM
I guess I'm lucky. My dh always said he liked my LOs and when he recently had occasion to see a gallery of LOs, his response was, "Your stuff is way better." He also does not like simple LOs.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 7:01:38 AM
my DH does have his opinion sometimes. It doesn't bother me. It just shows me that he cares and he's interested. He's never hurt my feels so that's good lol.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 7:08:07 AM
My DH likes pages simple pages too. He also doesn't understand why you would use an embellishment that doesn't go with the picture!

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Posted: 1/17/2013 7:20:13 AM
My grown son has some hobby albums that I update. I get all excited when I find some new embellie or something for the pages, and he doesn't care. He only cares about the photos. He would be just as happy having the pics slid into an photo album.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 7:32:15 AM


Sounds like he'll love our project life album! You don't get much simpler than that.

Anyone else have their husband or someone else express opinions like that?




While neither my husband or son has said anything, the only albums that they ever look at are the Project Life albums. They are also willing to be involved in taking pictures & suggesting subjects for the PL album.

With the other layouts, they will humor me. But, they have no interest in them.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 7:36:55 AM

Anyone else have their husband or someone else express opinions like that?


Never. Every single scrapbook page I create is "nice". He has no opinion whatsoever on anything I make. I've stopped showing him most of the pages unless they are able something I know he's interested in.

It's ok though; I think that all of his fantasy baseball trades/moves/players are also "nice".

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Posted: 1/17/2013 7:43:53 AM
My DH is the same way, he looks at a layout I have done and asks where are all the other pictures we took of that particular item. I tell him that I choose the best picture for the page and go with it. Most if my pages have 2-4 images on them so it's not like I'm skimping on the pictures. I also told if he wants to see all the pictures, either look at them on the computer or he could print them all out and put into a photo album instead of a scrapbook. Guys are simple creatures, they like everything simple and in abundance. Oh we'll; I carry on with the way I like to do things. I do remember once when I put lots if images on a page, like 10-12 for a collage and he remarked that it was too much and too busy. DH's are funny at times. Has anyone's DH actually got really excited about a page you created?
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Posted: 1/17/2013 8:14:49 AM
It's funny- my DH said something kind of the opposite just last night. I photographed and uploaded a LO for the very first time last night for one of the CHA challenges, and when I asked for his help taking the picture he was like "Why are you doing this one? You've done fancier pages than this, haven't you?"

I was like, "Just shut up and help me figure out how to take a picture with no shadows and no glare-y spots!"

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Posted: 1/17/2013 8:49:43 AM
Too funny. My DH will either say "looks nice" or "why dont you...".
One time he told me to make a speech bubble for a photo and I'm like NO it will look goofy. Well several months later speech bubbles are all over the place, so I tell him about this and he says "told you".
Maybe I should have listened.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 8:53:23 AM
After a crop last spring, he was looking through the pages I did that weekend and commented on "all the flowers". I don't use a ton of flowers on each page (usually 1-3), but I think just about every page I did that weekend had at least one flower on it. I think he had a bigger problem with me using flowers on our male cat's pages.

He also commented that I needed to get "different" pictures of the cats. He said they are always doing the same things. I countered that we need to start getting pictures of them with us in them. We only have a few pics of either of us with any of them.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 8:53:57 AM
My DH and my big girls just LOVE whatever I do. They always find the sweetest, nicest things to say about my layouts.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 9:03:40 AM
DH and dd's like all my layouts- BUT the ones they spend the longest time looking at are the ones with a a lot of good photos. I think a page with one tiny photo surrounded by a ton of white space or embellishments would not get more than a quick glance (more like a squint from dh).

I like Glitter Girl and other videos for scraplifting layouts, but I generally tend to put down at least one, if not two or more, additional photos on the page - anywhere they have left enough "white space". (I generally have a lot of photos for any given event, with dh, 3dd's and me, so I like to include all I can on a layout)

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Posted: 1/17/2013 9:09:52 AM
My hubby seems to like the simple ones too.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 9:14:13 AM

It's ok though; I think that all of his fantasy baseball trades/moves/players are also "nice".

This made me laugh and is so true!

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Posted: 1/17/2013 9:16:54 AM
That is the reason why I don't get all fancy schmancy with my layouts. My family wants photos and the stories. My daughter wants details. They don't dictate how I should scrapbook but I scrap a simple style, think old BH style before she did PL.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 9:19:40 AM
My husband calls it frilly fruey stuff..another one for clean designs. He does like what I create and admits he has 0 creativity so he admires when others can create what he can not.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 9:24:11 AM
It's fun reading your responses!

Truly, I have WAY too many photos I still want scrapped to stick to just one or two photos a page (which will make hubby happy) - but I really have enjoyed stretching my comfort level with all these challenges! It makes me feel like more of an artist, I guess.

As quick as simple scrapping is, it doesn't give me as much creative satisfaction, so I guess I'll fit both in.
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Posted: 1/17/2013 9:27:47 AM
tink, this is OT but the info under your avatar shows that you have zero layouts. You might want to put in a service ticket and ask them to correct that. I know a lot of times when I'm reading a thread, I will click to see someone's layouts if it shows there are some. KWIM?

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Posted: 1/17/2013 9:39:28 AM
Mine is the opposite. He likes frilly and detailed LO's. Doesn't understand white space or the beauty of a graphic design =/ He doesn't care much for the photos, meaning he never said to use more photos. And he always reads the journaling. I remember I showed him one LO that I was so proud of, and he said, it's nice, but did it really take you 2 hours to make this??? ughhh. Once I explained to him the techniques involved and everything else he did appreciate it more. He also doesn't have an artistic bone in his body so I don't expect much. I just want a simple "that's very pretty!" It's my hobby and I don't want any criticisms from him, hahaha. After all I don't criticize his football obsession.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 9:43:29 AM
My DH has expressed similar sentiments, and a little more forcefully than that. I usually will choose the photos and then try to make a challenge work, but that may be why with the CHA Challenges, I have done one and two and am working on one for #3.

One and two haven't resulted in anything that he doesn't like, and I don't think 3-6 will either if I get that far. (In fact, I may do 6 in my art journal anyhow.)But challenges 7-10, if I make it that far, would probably result in pages he finds distracting.

If the challenge results in my page having what he thinks is too much embellishment, or if one photo is covering another or the journaling or title is covering a photo, he lets me know he doesn't like it. He also lets me know these things if I've got one of those pages where there is a single 4x6 or smaller photo in one corner, with a little embellishment near there and a lot of "white space" on the rest of the page.

He actually has pouted about this when I won't change the page. If he or his family are in the page, including the kids, I probably will accommodate him. If it's just me or something I did without him, I won't.

However, besides the albums I make for both of us and our family to look back at, I keep a separate set of albums where I was trying new things. On those, I am as fancy as I want to be, and usually not simple.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 9:45:30 AM

ink, this is OT but the info under your avatar shows that you have zero layouts. You might want to put in a service ticket and ask them to correct that. I know a lot of times when I'm reading a thread, I will click to see someone's layouts if it shows there are some. KWIM?
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Posted: 1/17/2013 9:46:37 AM
My husband does not like the overly done layouts either. When I took Jen Jockish's class on layering, and I made some layouts trying to incorporate the concepts I was learning he thought they were too busy. He is helpful when I have a lot of journaling to include. He always remembers little details that I sometimes would have forgotten to include.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 10:11:25 AM

I guess I'm lucky. My dh always said he liked my LOs and when he recently had occasion to see a gallery of LOs, his response was, "Your stuff is way better." He also does not like simple LOs.


This ^^^^

That being said, Scrapbooking isn't so much about the memory for me as it is the process. It's therapy for me and a way of expressing myself, so I love complicated layouts! I rarely journal. It's about the page more than the picture. I seem to be the only one though

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Posted: 1/17/2013 10:29:43 AM
Several years ago my husband told me my layouts all look alike. I thought about and decided he was right. But it was a good thing - it really pushed me to try new things and grow creatively. Now he says my layouts are too complicate and are about paper/embellishments instead of pictures.

And they say women change their minds a lot . . . .

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Posted: 1/17/2013 10:43:33 AM
Too funny! My boyfriend is the opposite. He's relatively interested in the design aspects, and will sometimes look over my shoulder when I'm reading a scrap mag and comment if he thinks the LO is good or not, or what it has wrong with it. When I buy new scrap stuff, he looks at it all and tells me if there's anything he doesn't like or thinks is really nice. He looks at all my LOs, reads the journaling, and comments on specific things he likes. I stopped showing him LOs for awhile because I was getting a ton done and he was really busy with work, and he said, "You never show me your layouts anymore!"

I entered a challenge once and didn't win; it wasn't a big deal to me, but he got more upset than I did! He has an eye for color, and I've even had him pick between colors of cardstock that matched my pictures before. We went to A's for my birthday, and he went on a "Thickers mission" to find the style I wanted. He also put together my scrap space, and it was actually his idea. I love that he is so supportive and sort of "gets it".

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Posted: 1/17/2013 10:48:39 AM
That's funny. My DH came over to see me working on a page recently. I already had the pictures down on top of some non-busy papers but I had a strip of bright colored striped pp in my hand trying to see where I could place it on the page. I thought the page needed something bolder. My DH told me the print was too busy and not to use it because it would take away from the photos.


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Posted: 1/17/2013 11:59:57 AM
My husband prefers the simple layouts too (I do too, but once in a while I try to fancy 'em up) - he works in design, so he'll often comment on that, but when I show him a layout, he seems to care about 1) the photos, 2) the journaling, 3) the design, in that order.

It will be interesting to see what he thinks of Project Life now that I've started it!

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Posted: 1/17/2013 12:05:23 PM
My hubby doesn't seem to have a preference, as long as the date of the photo is on the page somewhere But my kids really prefer the project life/photo 365 approach.

So this year I've decided to mix the photo 365/project life/sn@p approach together with regular lay outs. Since sn@p has 12x12 page protectors and albums now, it should be pretty easy to do.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 12:24:25 PM
My fiance is usually supportive, and will find something nice to say. Although he does complain that I scrap about our pets more than him

What was funny was last week when I got a new order of paper and asked him if he wanted to see it...generally he is about as interested in my supplies as I am in his computer games, but this time he decided he would go through it all and critque it. Apparently he really likes the OA and Lilybee Christmas lines this year as well as thickers but thought most of my beautiful Studio Calico Wonderland paper was hideous!!

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Posted: 1/17/2013 12:39:28 PM

Apparently he really likes the OA and Lilybee Christmas lines this year as well as thickers but thought most of my beautiful Studio Calico Wonderland paper was hideous!!


OMG, DH also loved all the OA I showed him from the Santa Sacks. He even fondled some of the papers and said they were "pretty and happy", but he hated SC stuff. He said it all looked bland and the same. Every time I'd get their retail collection he'd comment "don't you already have a bunch of sheets just like that but in different colors?" I wonder if it's just our DHs or does OA somehow appeal to men and SC repels them? Hmmmm.....

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Posted: 1/17/2013 1:06:46 PM

Layouts uploaded by phone/app won't register in your layout count, or be entered in any type of challenge/contest hosted here. Not sure why! I know NOTHING about website/app programming, but I am guessing it is probably very difficult to get the two versions to talk and co-operate. I've heard similar problems happen with other interactive websites/apps (like SparkPeople, for example).


Oh, man, that's a bummer. I'm pretty good about going through the gallery but I do click on names in the forum all the time to check out galleries. Now I'll have to click even if it says zero layouts.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 1:16:08 PM

Never. Every single scrapbook page I create is "nice". He has no opinion whatsoever on anything I make. I've stopped showing him most of the pages unless they are able something I know he's interested in.

It's ok though; I think that all of his fantasy baseball trades/moves/players are also "nice".

Literally laughing out loud!

My husband is about the same.. although I have caught him showing off our vacation albums so he must think they are "worthy"

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Posted: 1/17/2013 1:23:50 PM
My husband is similar. I'll spend hours perfecting my design, my embellishments, my layout. I'll show my husband and he'll look it over and say, "Goodness our kid is so cute!" When I ask about the design/layout, he will respond with, "it looks nice, but I love that picture of the kids." I definitely believe the photo and story are the most important part of my scrapbooking, but it would be nice if he would at least acknowledge the "pretties" I worked so hard on!

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Posted: 1/17/2013 2:30:16 PM
yes.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 3:06:49 PM
Lol!
My dh has said things like "I don't understand why you feel like you need to copy someone else, you so just fine on your own!"
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Posted: 1/17/2013 3:34:13 PM
I love that your husband will talk to you about your scrapbooking and have an opinion. My husband likes my scrapbooks but doesn't care what I do to the pages.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 3:58:40 PM
My hubs likes looking at the pages I do and also tends to focus more on the pictures. I have to say that looking through scrapbook layouts on Pinterest and on different sites, I tend to agree with him. I see so many layout ideas where there's maybe one tiny photo on the page and always think "that's it???"

For me, that's why I scrapbook: to showcase photos. It's fun to do cards and less photo-emphasized layouts once in awhile but usually my main goal is to show off the photos I take and the memories that go with them. Guess that's the nice thing about such a personal hobby-everyone gets to tailor their layouts to their personal taste!

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Posted: 1/17/2013 4:01:37 PM


Scrapbooking isn't so much about the memory for me as it is the process. It's therapy for me and a way of expressing myself, so I love complicated layouts! I rarely journal. It's about the page more than the picture. I seem to be the only one though


It's about the process for me too. The capturing of an image or recording of a memory is secondary to the process of creating the page. For me, scrapbooking is primarily a visual art (although I do journal if I feel it necessary to tell/complete the story I'm trying to convey).

I've been a crafter my whole life and for me, scrapbooking is the arts/craft I'm engaged with right now -- one in a long line of arts/crafts in my life. I've done it off and on since I was a kid and I did one decades ago for my wedding (need to redo it now that we have all of this acid-free materials and great STUFF). But I also made dolls, doll clothes, quilted, sewed, made bears, etc. I really turned to scrapbooking as my main crafting hobby when I began having problems with sewing after going to bifocals (which was about the same time I ran out of little girls to sew for and people to make quilts for).

So while I love scrapbooking, but because I'm all about the process, I don't consider it any more or less valuable or meaningful than other hobbies I've done. I also engage in this hobby, just like all the others, for my own pleasure right now. I'm not making it for anyone else's use; if my family some day finds my albums valuable that would be an incidental byproduct of the process. I don't really care if anyone else likes my LOs and I don't care if my family throws them out after I'm gone. I mean, I hope they keep them, but I don't worry about it.

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Posted: 1/17/2013 6:12:58 PM

OMG, DH also loved all the OA I showed him from the Santa Sacks. He even fondled some of the papers and said they were "pretty and happy", but he hated SC stuff. He said it all looked bland and the same. Every time I'd get their retail collection he'd comment "don't you already have a bunch of sheets just like that but in different colors?" I wonder if it's just our DHs or does OA somehow appeal to men and SC repels them? Hmmmm.....


lol, how funny that yours said the same! Also very amused by the idea of man repellant in SC products

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Posted: 1/17/2013 6:51:21 PM
My Hubbie caught me scrapbooking photos of other men recently and was miffed. So when he came in and saw I was scrapping a picture of the two of us on Sunday he was very happy I don't tho k he noticed anything else

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Posted: 1/17/2013 9:46:23 PM
Men are funny! That being said, my husband likes to look at the photo and journaling the most. He will tell me that my pages are great. I presented him and my oldest DD some layouts for comparison. I showed one using Kiwi Lane Design templates, another using a lot of layering from a kit club I use to get that the owner did some of the most AWESOME layered pages without cardstock (PP as background), and SG layouts. His favorite was in this order: 1)Kiwi Lane templates 2)SG layouts 3)layered layouts from kit club. Funny thing....my DD was the same!

They both told me (they weren't together when looking at the layouts, yet each said the same thing)that they really liked the patterned paper and the curvy designs of the borders from Kiwi Lane. They said it made the scrapbook more interesting as everything wasn't neat and straight and all aligned. Cracked me up in a way! They also liked the simplicity of the SG layouts for the focus on the photos and that each has some journaling on it. Tells me that photos and the story are the most important!
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