OBSERVATIONS: Another week that relied heavily on the iPhone photo. When Monday rolled a round, I seriously doubted I had taken enough photos to fill even a single page for the week. Then I realized, "Oh, you… always so dramatic!" and found plenty of shots to choose from for the spread.
Because we are in a new quarter of the year, I decided to swap out the paper I'm using for my Week in Review card. Still going with stripes, but now in gray for the next 12 weeks.
Onto this week's pages.
All but two photos came from my phone. I debated blurring out the Sullen Teen, but maybe he'll be okay with this. Or not.
No, that's not my cat. But he's sure cute, isn't he?
Doesn't the gray look nice? Maybe a little more subdued than my album is used to, but I think it'll grow on us.
Clean & Simple: The Workshop is still open for registration through April 17.
Remember, once you sign up for any Big Picture class, you have permanent access to the classroom and materials. So, if you're not sure you can keep up, you can work through the material at your own pace. We are just launching into Week 2 today with another in-depth digital/hybrid page project. Another cool thing is that my students get to watch a new documentary by Yale film student Tory Jeffay called "Scrapbookers." It's generated quite the discussion so far. I'm hosting a private viewing of this hour-long movie and yes, I happen to be in the movie, as does Stacy Julian as well as the founder of Creative Memories. Plus, there's a villain. And that's all I'm going to say about that.
For more information or to register, click here.