OBSERVATIONS: This morning, I was showing Cole a photo of him and his friends that I was planning to put into the Project Life album. He approved, and then said, "Have you been doing this all year?" (meaning, making this album), to which I replied an enthusiastic, "Um hello? Yes! And all 52 weeks of last year too."
And he paused, and said, "I might have to look through that album."
Onto the pages.
I'm sorry, but do you totally love the shot of Cole and two of the members of the Tickle Bros? They had just returned from thrifting, which is where the got two of the crazy colored jackets you seem them wearing. So fun and so fun that they all asked me to do a photoshoot with them. That is a tender little mercy, don't you think? Teens who want their photos taken? And boys, no less!
This shot below? My favorite iPhone shot of the week.
Clean & Simple: The Workshop starts begins today! We've already got a few layouts completed and in the gallery (those overachievers!) Registration closes on April 10. 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, honestly, you can work through the material at your own pace. Another cool thing is that my students get to watch a new documentary by Yale film student Tory Jeffay called "Scrapbookers." 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.
Plenty of time to register. I'd love to have you! To register, click here.