The last two words at the Big Idea Festival: embrace and play.
My page for embrace:
I also have the final week’ layout for The Mother LOAD boot camp warm-up:
This week is about style. I was to figure out what my style is; what are the colors I choose most, what type of embellishments do I always reach for, is there something I always tend to do on my layouts? I looked back over previous layouts, and I noticed that I have a tendency to always reach for kraft or white cardstock as my base. I like red. I like tags, fabric brads, and I like a linear look, as opposed to something whimsical, for instance. My layouts don’t have to be perfect, in fact, sometimes I like that hand-crafted-I-made-this-in-kindergarten look. It’s down-to-earth. That’s me. I have no idea what to call my style, and I don’t really know if I like my own style, but it’s comfortable. Like a pair of lived-in jeans. I have time to improve on it, however, and that gives me even more comfort.
This coming week, on Thursday, September 1, the “LOAD” part comes in, and I’ll be challenged to complete a LayOut A Day (get it?). Boot camp gets under way full-swing, and my goal is not only to get my layouts done, but do them well, and get them on this blog. Can I do it? I think I can! Until next time!