Here is the first of the last pages I made with this kit.
They are doing a lot of construction at my school to prepare for new enrollment. I took a picture of my old office being dismantled and scrapped about my feelings about the change. Here's what I did that fit my style:
- I used an 8x12 photo of the office and scrapped on it.
- I used strips of patterned paper.
- I clustered the journaling and embellishments
- I sewed.
- I added sprinkles of sequins (this is a new thing for me).
The next page I actually got inspiration from while I was sorting leftover wood veneer letters. I was searching for ready-made words I could use as titles, and I found a COMPLETE set of numbers, 1-10. That inspired this page about my odd habits:
- I cut pieces into circles.
- I stamped.
- I used strong lines.
The next page is also a list. A few months ago I blogged about my loathe list at Write Click Scrapbook. Since this kit included a set of numbered labels, I used them as a base for the page:
Some more things that are me:
- White space.
- Mixed font title.
- Multiple patterned papers (look in the wood veneer photo block).
Finally, a page using some double photos my mom gave me. I have already scrapped the event, so I scrapped out love of art, taking inspiration from the title of a Facebook page.
Nothing really new in this page from what I added before. Just me keeping true to being me. :-)
Thank you for letting me share how I use products I'm not so keen on to make pages that are still true to me. I hope it inspires you to figure out what you love to do when you scrapbook so that you can make pages that you love, no matter what you use.