TLS002: Finding Meaningful Stories Via the Details in Your Photos (Video)

by Debbie Hodge

The starting point for any scrapbook page for me is faith: faith that if I begin moving my photos around on the canvas, the story and the design will emerge. Watch me make The Fussy Ones and see where my faith took me on this day. See my starts and mis-starts. See my movement forward and the final result. Along the way learn about layout design and figure out what story you want to tell on a scrapbook page.


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


5 Responses to TLS002: Finding Meaningful Stories Via the Details in Your Photos (Video)

  1. tawyn August 13, 2012 at 3:53 am #

    A great way to look into your creative process – thanks for posting these videos.

  2. Ami August 14, 2012 at 2:13 pm #

    These are so great, Debbie. I am encouraged to go and play with each one. I am so pleased that you decided to share your working process with us. Thank you.

  3. Mshamida August 16, 2012 at 3:12 pm #

    Debbie, I took learning design principles (thank you SO much!), but seeing you do it in this video really helped solidify your lessons! I do not digitally scrap, so seeing how you did it digitally was inspiring! Tho, I must say a little overwhelming for me at this point in my scrap career! Thank you so much for all the interesting, informative, and creative instruction.

  4. Andrea August 18, 2012 at 2:13 pm #

    Great post, thanks again!

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