On one of the PRT Episodes (Paperclipping Roundtable), panel of scrapbookers discussed their page making process and different approaches they take. I realized that I always had two different ones just like Stacy Jullian explained. One that will be slow cooking for days, weeks or even months before I finally decide on how I want to tell that story in words and pictures. And the other one usually happens pretty quickly. I get inspired either by papers, pictures, product, someones work or just by cleaning my work area. Today's layout was one of those quick pages.
I was actually looking for paper on my scraps drawer to add for another layout. Got a blue strip that Lora shared with me, grabbed some green that I had in my stash. Found this word strip in the same drawer and it all seemed to go well together. The first set of pictures I pulled was "ducks feeding". All I had left to do is rearrange a few item on a page and write a paragraph.
Thanks for stopping by here and hope to see you again very soon!
Yes, one more thing, if you've never listened to PRT, it's a great source of information, inspiration and laugh. There are many benefits of listening. I always listen to the show while cleaning the kitchen (since it's not very fun). I get double benefits - kitchen is clean and I'm all inspired to go work on something creative!
Now, see you later!