I haven't had the chance to scrapbook in ages and over the past week I've had the opportunity to scrap so I've created a few layouts. It felt really good to release some creative energy!!
Sweet little Ellie, July 2006 at Sesame Place.
This photo was taken at the D & R Canal in Belle Mead, NJ on Valentine's Day 2006.
This photo is of me and Laura at Long Beach Island, NJ at the Time To Scrap design team retreat in October 2006.
Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Friday, February 02, 2007
This week's topic for Friday February 2nd suggested by Jo: PORTFOLIO!
"I've never put one together. I would be very interested to see and hear what everyone else has as a portfolio and what makes up one"
When I first read today's challenge, I almost dismissed it because I didn't think that it had anything to do with my artform. As I sat here for a brief moment, it occurred to me that it did, indeed, have a LOT to do with my artform!
I am a scrapbooker. Each of my scrapbooks is a sort of portfolio in itself. I do take orders on occasion when I have the time and I do use my scrapbooks as models to show people different styles, textures, colour schemes and balance. I also use my books to give other scrapbookers ideas.
My portfolio isn't just one portfolio, it's all of my scrapbooks. The best portfolio I can show you on-line would be my gallery at Time To Scrap