hello story – ali edwards’ class …

I have a confession to make, gentle reader … it seems that I have fallen off the ‘scrapping wagon’.

Now, in my defence, I didn’t really want to fall off the wagon (there were extenuating reasons, like an interstate shift, and three months of living out of a suitcase in six different residences), and I would really like to climb back on the wagon, but I seem to be paralyzed with fear. I open PS and LR, and I look at pretty photos and gorgeous kits, but that’s about as far as it seems to go.

All good motivators say that if you want to climb back on that ‘wagon’, sometimes a new challenge will help you do just that. So a few days back, I enrolled in Ali Edwards’ ‘hello story’ class, which runs for three months at Big Picture Classes.

hellostory[hello story]

This class poses the question … what’s your story?

‘In her popular 12-week workshop, Hello Story, Ali Edwards will introduce you to 12 storytelling “structures”—never before seen in her prior journaling workshops—that will bring creativity and clarity to both your writing and your page designs. Every week, you get to sit over Ali’s shoulder and watch her transform her story ideas into timeless, authentic, story-rich scrapbook pages.’ [BPC]

Now, does that sound inspiring or what? I’ve kept up-to-date with my weekly P365 double page spreads, but I think my last ‘real’ scrapping page was six months ago, which seems a very very long time to me.

Time to get my scrapping boots back on, and get into it … stay tuned for layout 1, coming soon!!!

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2 Comments

  1. Esther A
    Posted April 11, 2014 at 7:36 am | Permalink

    I did wonder about your non-PL scrapping. It is hard without the children around to capture and write about. Ali’s class sounds like the perfect launch pad. Perhaps you can record some stories about YOU!

  2. ksharonk
    Posted April 11, 2014 at 8:19 am | Permalink

    Esther, it is a lot harder, but it’s mostly been difficult because life has been so unsettled, with no proper access to my ‘stuff’, and no comfortable routines. I will get back to scrapping, I know, it’s just taking me a while! :)

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