Friday, 21 June 2019

Let's Get Scrappy with Multiples

I love to scrapbook but it's not just the process that I love...
  • It's recording the stories that make up our lives.
  • It's seeing those photos in albums for anyone and everyone to enjoy.
  • It's seeing my family flip through them and chuckle as they relive those memories.
  • It's being reminded of something long forgotten.
  • It's the sense of satisfaction seeing an album through to completion.
All these things make my heart happy and I want you to feel the same way. This is the reason I started the Let's Get Series of classes.

I want to help you get your stories told!

The first class in the series - Let's Get Sketchy - focused on sketches.


In the Let's Get Sketchy class, you receive a link to a video where we analyze a sketch and then I put that sketch to use in a quick process video. You receive 11 layout ideas started from a sketch. You'll be given different ways to use and interpret a sketch. Even ideas on how and when to create your own sketch! You'll be provided with a list of places to find sketches. You'll receive a supply list and measurements for each of the layouts so that you can use your supplies to recreate the layout shown or just use it for inspiration.

Find all the information and view a video describing the class here.

The second class in the series - Let's Get Scrappy with Multiples - focuses on layouts with 4 or more photos. Don't get me wrong, I love layouts with just one photo. It's amazing the stories you can tell with just one photo. But sometimes you have a LOT of photos that you want to include on a layout. I'm happy to tell you that you can still create beautiful pages with multiple photos!


In this class I'll share 11 layouts with various ways to get more photos onto a page. Five of which include step-by-step instructions, a supply list, measurements and a video tutorial where needed. Here's a look at one of the layouts included in the class. You are sure to be inspired to get more photos onto a layout!

I filmed a quick video sharing a bit more information on this class.


Keep in mind that this series is meant to help you use what you have on hand to get your photos into albums. Most of the products I use are Stampin' Up! products but can easily be replaced with what you have at home. I do include full supply lists with all the projects. If you see anything you'd like to order, feel free to contact me and I'd be happy to help!

So are you ready to get scrappy?!


Tutorials will be emailed to you within 48 hours of receipt of payment. If you don't receive it within 48 hours, please check your junk mail. If nothing has arrived, let me know and I'll resend it.

Have a creative day!
Sherry

No comments: