|Horizontal compositional structure - Composition for Collage|
|Three full storage binders - Finding Photo Freedom|
Bottom photo is the 3 storage binders I have filled (more in them then there should be). I've ordered 3 more binders from scrapbook.com and they should be here Tuesday. I'm not sure at this point but I may need to order 1-2 more. These are Pioneer 3-up storage binders. In Finding Photo Freedom (formerly Library of Memories) storage binders are where the photos you want to scrapbook in the future go. This is after purging & rating. I'll try to remember to take a photo of the inside and talk a little more about this in the future. I'm just keeping my head above water with the two classes these last 4 weeks but I'll try to go into more detail in the next few blog posts.
I need to finish up my postcards this next week for the Liberate Your Art Postcard Swap - its due July 15th (where did June go?). I'm trying to decide whether to use one of my compositional structure pieces from the Composition for Collage class or the piece I did for One Little Word this month. Stay tuned!
Ali Edwards posted the code for this year's A Week in the Life if you want to pick that up for your blog. Just go to http://www.aliedwards.com/ and check out her blog post for June 23rd. She also posted links (same one I provided in my last blog post) to resources for A Week in the Life. If you are thinking of doing Project Life in the future this is a great opportunity to see if you like this style of scrapbooking. A Week in the Life is a more intense, in-depth type of Project Life.
As Claudine Helmuth's Composition class ends, Lain Ehmann's MotherLOAD (Layout a Day) class will begin. Very exciting!
Hope your finding creative time as summer swings into high gear!