Welcome to the final blog hop of 2015. I'm still slightly in denial that it's all wrapping up so fast. I have made more scrapbook layouts in 2015 than in any other year to date. I feel pretty awesome about that. If there's one thing I've learned, after trying countless trends and techniques, is that it's okay to embrace what you love and discard what you don't. I don't know if I have a style, I don't know if I'm even all that inspirational, but what I do know is that I am telling stories and getting pictures off my hard drive and that's everything right there.
This picture is a great metaphor for my life as a scrapbooker. I do the same stuff everyday...I don't travel to exotic places---very often, I don't even really leave my house often, but there's so much that happens in the in between. In the small spaces that go unnoticed. That's what I pay homage to on my layouts. I've taken a version of this picture a million times and I love them all. They go into my personal scrapbooks and perhaps one day I will look back and these stories will tell me that I never missed a chance to go walking amongst the golden leaves.
This has been my first foray into the world of scrapbook design teams and, for me...it has been a lovely experience. I was worried there would be pressure to work in a way that felt unnatural to me, but that hasn't been the case at all. I look forward to trying new things and making a ton of pages in 2016!
Don't forget to check out these lovely ladies...Heather is up next.