|Posted: 2/1/2013 10:51:29 AM|
Anyone signed up for this from Keri Bradford? Sounds very interesting.. Any thoughts or reviews?
|Posted: 2/1/2013 11:54:19 AM|I am taking this class.
Monday is week 6 and I am pleased with it. Every Monday you will get an email with the "prompt" and her story telling musings/inspiration/hints and the cut files or print files she makes with the prompt theme. I don't have a cutter so I will be using the PNG files as word art.
It is nothing too elaborate or involving. I find I can read the prompt and think about it for a few days and then write some memories by week's end. I have been in a reflective/memory mood for the past few months so this is a welcome continuation of that.
So far I haven't finalized how I want to present my stories. Many are using composition type books, adding the cut words and minimal embellishments (washi tape, little arrows, small things). I might do a 3 ring binder and letter sized pages. You can do anything you want.
She has a private facebook group so you get a bit of community, too.
Price wise it seemed reasonable for a full year of topics to work on. I know I won't do it every week, but if I did half or so, I'd have 30 more memories that don't fit my chrono scrapping books and they are about ME, which I have always wanted to put together.
Good luck with your decision!
|Posted: 2/1/2013 11:55:25 AM|
It's helping me finally write some favorite, or important, stories from childhood. I've noted how they impacted decisions I made later in life, or we make as a family now.
It's a versatile class. I'm only capturing the stories, but the graphics Kerri provides are fantastic for LO's for this class and more.
Dancing to the end of love.
Loc: Newport News, VA
|Posted: 2/1/2013 12:38:24 PM|Thanks for mentioning this class...I hadn't heard of it before, and just now signed up.
Loc: Pittsburgh, PA
|Posted: 2/1/2013 12:52:37 PM|
I am enrolled. I love it! Nice way to journal your history. Her prompts really help to talk about subjects from your childhood such as games we played, travel, etc. I am really enjoying it. I get the prompt on Monday, then usualy think about it for a day or two, then it takes me about an hour to write down my thoughts. I am using a mini avery binder and I do use the weekly die cut file she sends, plus washi tape to decorate. I always look forward to each week's prompt and so far am not having any trouble keeping on time for each week.
Sometimes you have to believe before you are able to see......
Loc: Scrap Capital of the World
|Posted: 2/1/2013 3:05:52 PM|
I am really enjoying it. I don't do Facebook so I feel like I'm out in the field alone, without any input from others. But I am finding it fun and I love the cut files.
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Loc: Lone Star State
|Posted: 2/1/2013 8:48:24 PM|Here's a thread with some other Peas that are taking it. So far, so good for me. But, I'm slightly not current.
KB History Project Thread
That's QUEEN Paper Pea to you!
2012: 132 12x12 pages completed, 25 Project Life weeks completed!!
2011: 165 12x12 pages completed, 1 December Daily album
2010: 125 12x12 pages completed, 31 8.5x11 pages completed, 1 December Daily album
Loc: San Antonio, TX
|Posted: 2/1/2013 8:49:27 PM|
I still want to sign up. I understand you can sign up any time. Would it be a big challenge to sign up later on?
|Posted: 2/1/2013 9:01:46 PM|Thinking I will definitely sign up this weekend. Really want to get down some stories about ME because it's important for my kids to really know about their mother. I wish I would have something like this about my mother...
Loc: Scrap Capital of the World
|Posted: 2/1/2013 9:34:56 PM|
I think you could sign up at any time and do the lessons to catch up, or just do the first one and keep going. Each lesson is a separate idea.
Lots of good ideas and cute cut files.