Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Memories Made #22 Scrapbooking Process Video: Hello



I feel much more refreshed after taking off a few weeks from my weekly "Memories Made" scrapbooking process videos. Sometimes you need to take some time to make memories before you can record memories. It was a great time spent with family and catching up on other work items. Hopefully you got the chance to browse through some of the other videos in this series that you might have missed while you were waiting. Be sure to subscribe to my Youtube channel HERE for all my latest videos so you don't miss out!

This Week's Memory: My Journey to Get Healthy

This year my husband and I have been working on getting healthy. We've been eating better and he's been running a LOT (including one rain-soaked marathon). I wanted to document my pride in my own accomplishments, even though I struggle doing layouts about myself. It might be hard to get in front of the camera, but take a few "selfies" now and then to document where you are in your life. This photo was taken with my heavy Nikon camera (talk about some arm strength). But a phone camera would be easier.

Here is the layout I created:


This Week's Technique: Pleating Ribbon

While we as scrapbookers have loads and loads of paper available, I also like the feel and look of ribbon on a layout. For this layout I incorporated some black striped ribbon and some coral ribbon from May Arts. I pleated the coral ribbon using a stapler. You can see the pleated ribbon in the photos below.



You can watch the start-to-finish video for this project HERE on my Youtube channel or below:



Below I've suggested the products I used in this layout, as well as, some additional products you can use to reproduce the same look and feel of the layout. Search by "RIBBON" or "TRIM" in the 2Peas store for some additional ideas for dressing up your layouts.

Suggested Products (click photos or text for product information):








2 comments:

  1. Donna Q12:19 PM

    I love this page. I really like the layering that you do. You make it seem so easy!!! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. So beautiful layer! Thank you for the tutorial! :)

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