Comfort Zone Scrapbooking with Michelle Wedertz

Amy Melniczenko

June 27, 2015

As part of our Simple Tip Saturday series, we’re inviting fresh voices into the mix. Today we’re hearing from Michelle Wedertz with her simple tip.

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What is one way you simplify scrapbooking?

One way that I simplify scrapbooking  is by sticking to what I know. I do not have to come up with a new and unique layout design every time I sit to down to create. I have a few designs that I am very comfortable with and I will often use them as starting points.

What problem does it solve for you?

This definitely helps me to stop overthinking things and gives me the freedom to just play with the paper and embellishments.

Why do you think it works so well?

I think this strategy is successful because not only do the layouts look different and unique, this drastically reduces my creating time and allows me to get my projects done quicker.

How can others get started with it?

You can be like me and go back to your albums and look for those favorite layouts that you have made before and use one of those as a jumping off point.

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1 Comment

  1. Lisa

    I agree! I can get overwhelmed trying to stay up with all the latest styles of scrapbooking. It hampers my personal style and my productivity.

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