Stacy Julian and I have several things in common:
- We love to scrapbook and share our passion with others.
- We believe scrapbooking doesn’t have to be complicated .
- We know you can enjoy the process even more with support.
We also have a lot of differences. She’s an ENFP and I’m an INTJ. She’s right-brain dominant and I’m left. She follows inspiration and I follow lists. In The Art + Science of Scrapbooking we explore our how our unique traits impact the creative process, looking for growth opportunities along the way. If you’ve not yet registered, here’s a chance to join us on May 15 for free.
3 randomly-selected winners will each receive a seat in the workshop that one student called “the absolutely very bestest class experience ever! EVER!!!”
How to Enter
Leave a comment on this post sharing what part of the creative process is most challenging for you to be eligible. Entries must be received by 11:59pm CDT on Wednesday, May 7, 2014.
The winners are…
#55, Tammy D. who said:
Just getting started! I have a terrible time settling on which pictures that I want to scrap as well as finding the “perfect” papers and embellishments!
#116, Margie V. who said:
The most challenging part for me is clean up! LOL!
#138, Tammy R. who said:
The hardest part for me is the layout design. I forget to leave room for a title or journaling. Sometimes I don’t leave room for embellishments or ephemera I really want to include. I like a really full page that still looks cohesive and not busy.
The winners will be contacted directly with prize claim instructions.
P.S. Have you listened to my podcast discussion with Stacy?