What with assignments, Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest...then all the important stuff too... like supervising kids, doing 'Mom-type' stuff, laundry (evil stuff) and making sure there is edible contents in the fridge.
I remain stumped how to do it all??!
In an effort to prove that I am in fact still alive, breathing & scrapbooking) I will post some stuff I did for (the super cute) Debbie Hodge's, Make it Mean Seminar, which went live last month :)
If you are a subscriber, you can hear my live interview here>>
A Big Hairy Question by Kim Watson
Sometimes the most inconsequential moment can become a special memory. I showed the students how the 'type of font'can contribute to the subliminal mood of the page.
Spring Fever by Kim Watson
(Used American Crafts papers, Queen & Co & Bella Boulevard washi tape.)
Here I showed the students of motif and color can create underlying meaning and set the scene without too many obvious markers.
Always laugh by Kim Watson
Big conversational titles work so well to say what needs to be said!
He said... by Kim Watson
Capture conversation using a progression of photos...capturing the moment as it unfolds.
BONUS: You are welcome to use the cut file I made for my photo strips. NB: Personal use only.
Check it out...
I will endevor to be more regular at blogging...:) pinky swear...
As a friend rightly advised..."write a couple of posts & schedule them!"Now why didn't I think of that!
Happy crafting friends!