Sometimes you can make in a difference in the storytelling on your scrapbooks layout simply by how you arrange the words or lines of texts. This is one of my favorite ways to add flow/movement to page or create some visual interest. It also adds power to the story you’re telling
Have you picked up your copy of The Digi Files this month? Seven products worth over $50 for only $7.50, plus a tip-filled playbook. My favorite finds in this month’s playbook: easy recipe for creating clusters on pages recording memories before you forget them different ways to
If you’re feeling “stuck” when it comes to journaling, you may want to consider “the voice” behind the journaling. I find one of the easiest ways to begin writing is to write in the 1st person, from my point of view, using I & my (or we & us if
We’ve talked about repetition in scrapbook page design before. But did you know repetition is a writing skill as well? Just as repetition can bring rhythm & emphasis & flow to the layout design, repetition can bring rhythm & emphasis & flow to the story. Repe
As much as I love reading and writing, I remember often dreading English class. Points docked for misspelled words and sentences that weren’t gramatically correct. Red lines and slashes splattered across the paper for thoughts that weren’t developed enough. I was so afraid
I am a memory keeper and storyteller, as well as an independent consultant for Usborne Books & More. I also love reading & writing, & I dabble in a bit of flower gardening. I love to share all parts of my life here on the blog, including my two wonderful kiddos, so you'll find a lot about scrapbooking mixed in with books and autism and motherhood and parenting.