Scrapbooking outside the pocket: Lesson 1

I’m taking a class at BPC called Scrapbooking Outside the Pocket with Monica Bradford. It shows different ways you can use all those Project Life and pocket scrapping journaling cards. I have about a bajillion of those, so this class will hopefully help me use some of those up!

Here is the first page I made for class.

March 2014 Storyteller September 2013 Storyteller by Just Jaimee

I started it as a scrap lift of a sample page by Jennifer Wilson, but it ended up looking quite different from hers. I also used this page in the Random Challenge at The Lilypad where we were asked to do our titles in two different fonts.

Journaling reads- this girl does not like getting her picture taken. so i was quite shocked- and happy- to get this one. She had to get her photo taken for work, so they frou froued her up. One of the perks of working at a salon. She looks great!

Credits:
March 2014 Storyteller
September 2013 Storyteller
by Just Jaimee

March 2014 Storyteller by Just Jaimee Lifted from a LO by Shimelle

I did this page before I started class, but I thought it went well with the topic. I was inspired by this page by Glitter Girl to use a bunch of different stamps and paint. I loved all her layering. Even though I use journaling cards quite often, I have a harder time using up the filler cards. I used a few of them on this LO and am quite happy with the result! I also used this page for the Product Challenge at TLP.

Journaling reads- After driving through the icy streets of Atlanta, we needed a break to settle our nerves.

Credits:
March 2014 Storyteller by Just Jaimee

Looking through my pages, I’ve found that I use Project Life style cards for my journaling quite often, especially in the last year. Since I’ve gone to a much simpler approach in my PL in 2014, I like finding new ways to use those cards!

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