The first Wednesday of every month we post a new class for Get It Scrapped members. In March that class is Photo Play, and it includes an e-book full of ideas and how-tos, plus weekly live webinar events (with recordings).
Take a peek at a few of the 30+ brand new pages our team has made to illustrate ideas and lessons.
Here’s the team of guest teachers.
Debbie Hodge, Tami Taylor, and Amy Kingsford are also teaching.
Each teacher will host an office hours session and give members feedback on their own designs.
A few of the many nuggets we expand on in the ebook and live interviews.
The other day, I had a couple of crafty coworkers over to try my Silhouette. As we played with the machine we got braver and braver trying more techniques. We found that we could load a photo onto our Silhouette canvas and even trace it for cutting. — Betsy Sammarco
What photos do you have that can be transformed into pieces of art? Bring the photo to life by using simple techniques such as filters and blending to add textures and artistry to the image. –Jana Morton
I love shooting with analog cameras but I know it’s not for everyone. You could also use a photo editing program to create a collage of a single image. Another option would be to try one of the many photo apps which replicate analog cameras. — Christy Strickler
Kettle, meet pot. Don’t stress over it too much. I happened on this design BECAUSE I was stressing too much, but when you look at the actual process, it’s really simple. — Emily Pitts
The intent is for the page design to blend with the imagery, in order to create a highly artsy rendition of our experience. — Anna Aspnes
Here’s how you can be a part of it
Click here to join — and get 45 classes with weekly live events, including Photo Play and the upcoming Style is Leverage event.