Want to Improve Your Scrapbooking? I did. Find out how I learned to incorporate more embellishments onto my scrapbooking pages.
I took Debbie Hodge's Scrapbooking Critique Workshop a few months ago. I'm a bit funny when I take a class like this - by funny I guess I mean weird. For example, years ago I took a writing class and then stopped writing altogether. Last year I did the Bikram Yoga 30 day challenge and haven't (head hung in shame) been back since. So I was a little concerned when I signed up for the class - I was worried that it would make me stop scrapbooking (because of my own personal weirdness). During all three of these classes, I enjoyed myself; but afterwards I go through a period of not wanting to do the activity at all. Writing withdrawal lasted for years; bikram yoga has been almost a year; thankfully, I only went through a month and a half of not wanting to scrapbook after my class. (Again - this is my own personal weirdness! - NOT any of the classes.). I think I need time for whatever I learned to set in and I need a break from whatever the activity is. The bonus? When I come back to it I have connected dots that I didn't know I was connecting during my downtime.
The dots I've been connecting after my Critique Workshop at Masterful Scrapbook Design / Get It Scrapped? More Embellishments! My teachers were Doris Sanders and Celeste Smith so it was a good mix of embellishment heavy and light, highly decorated / simple scrapbooker. The class was absolutely delightful and I looked forward to it every week. It was always positive and fun balanced with useful constructive ideas to improve your layouts. If you are looking to take your scrapbooking to the next level, check out Debbie Hodge's Scrapbooking Critique Workshop.
Here's a link to Debbie Hodge's Masterful Scrapbook Design Video Excerpt with Lisa Dickinson and Dina Wakely:
Here's a link to Debbie Hodge's Get It Scrapped Blog Post all about Scrapbook Critique Workshop.
I think she would love to hear from you with your questions and she schedules the classes based on demand so if you are interested, drop her a line in the blog comments.