First, the one I've already shared:
This page was left-brained ideation, which was really easy for me. When I upload my photos, I print the best ones, the ones I know have stories attached, and I make those into pages right away.
Then the right brained ideation page:
Man, I struggled with this one. I was told to look through my patterned paper until a piece inspired me to scrap a place. It took my brain FOREVER to shut off the part that kept asking me to think of photos I have of places and just let the paper dictate my story. This older October Afternoon paper made me think of living a few blocks from the downtown in Bath, Maine. The paper was bright, so I lay some vellum on top to mute it. How nice it was that the vellum tape I haven't used in forever still works.
The left brained process page was a surprisingly BIG struggle for me. I've never done a pocket page before. Heck, the only pocket page I have I got for free with some 12x12 page protectors. i decided to make a front and back two-page layout about our trip to the state fair. Here it is:
NOTE: aside from the photo of my son on the ride, the food photo above may have been the best photo I took. Regardless, it doesn't go on it's own page. What else can one say about mini-donut beer and cheese curds but mmmm?
And the right brained process page--surprise!--was much easier for me. Pick a photo with a story, write the story and put it in a pocket. Here's my son channeling Iron Man:
The title was so much fun. This was an idea I got that turned out just like I'd wanted. (The photo above is a little fuzzy--sorry about that. I took the photo a little later so it was kind of dark.)
Thank you for checking out my pages! I am have a lot of fun in this class and will share some more pages I've made next week. If you haven't yet taken a Big Picture Classes class, do so--they are truly inspiring.