by Debbie Hodge When I began this page I knew that I wanted to make a page that included lots of buttons and pretty bits in a profusion alongside two photos from the Easter Table. I started with two same-sized photos. It took me a bit of time to figure out that I needed to […]
by Debbie Hodge In this scrapbooking process video, see a page made from start to finish. The process begins with my desire to scrapbook a pretty photo and includes my efforts to make the page go beyond pretty — with a photo and journaling that add meaning. Find more story techniques in Tension, Story, Focus […]
by Debbie Hodge See a page made from start to finish, beginning with the new products in my stash, finding photos that match in tone, and then using an inspiration piece to guide placement of elements on the page. The inspiration piece for this scrapbook page is a photography by Vicki Dvorak/Simply Hue. Thanks to Vicki […]
by Debbie Hodge See a page made from start to finish beginning with a series of photos from my blog. I used logical groupings, figured out how much space I’d need for journaling and then found a spot for my title. Resources: Digital supplies: You Are Here, An Additional Very Small Alpha by Allison Pennington; Meadowlark, […]
by Debbie Hodge Resources: I use Totally Rad Labs to edit my photos. I use acdSEE to organize my digital supplies. I used this layout from Frankie magazine as inspiration. Digital scrapbooking supplies used: Country Charm by Celeste Knight; Storyteller by One Little Bird; Farm Fresh, Tied Fasteners No 2 by Katie Pertiet; Cumulus, Cabin fonts.
by Debbie Hodge Resources: I used Totally Rad Labs to edit my photos and get the shadows off my subjects’ faces I used this page by Doris Sander to figure out where to put my photos, to guide my foundational pieces and titlework. The digital kit Diptych by Paisley Press is a part of this month’s […]
by Debbie Hodge Resources Digital Supplies: Trendy, Beach Party, Rhinestone Buttons and Bows, Mercantile Mix 4 by Jenni Bowlin Digital; Just Linens by Michelle Martin; Tidbits by One Little Bird; Yellow Paper Alpha by Katie Pertiet; Wanderlust by Pink Reptile Designs; Cookie, Century Schoolbook fonts
by Debbie Hodge I like making scrapbook pages because I get to spend time playing with color and pattern and image — all the while thinking about the memories associated with the photos I’m working with AND the story I want to tell about them. It’s a puzzle; it’s an exploration of my life; it’s […]