Improving your visuals always improves storytelling. Sometimes though, all you really need to do is adjust the visual. Like cropping the photo. It helps me focus in on a story’s detail. I sometimes use cropping to help me tell multiple stories with the same photo too. Cropping t
I SO enjoyed participating in the Month of Challenges at The Lilypad last month. And yes, I completed all 31 challenges! YAY! Here are the rest of my pages. You can see the first 2/3 in this post about challenging yourself as a scrapbooker. Why did I love it? I SCRAPBOOKED! I scrapboo
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
Sometimes a tried-and-true method is the best for capturing stories. Like centering the page design, & keeping the design simple. Start with a photo. Crop it square & center it on the page. Add some embellishments on top of the photo. Layer a few elements behind the picture.
Do you want to improve your digital scrapbook skills? Do you want to get some pages scrapbooked? Do you just want to breathe some fun back into scrapbooking? Challenge yourself! I’ve been playing along in The Lilypad’s Month of Challenges, and I’m so happy with not j
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.