Hi, all. Sarah, here. I have a brand new pocket scrapping art journaling challenge in the forums today. This time we’re going to add a list to our pocket scrapping projects.
I just posted a tutorial in the We Are Storytellers forum about scrapping with lists, so I thought it would be fun to use that as the current challenge. I’m a huge fan of using lists in my scrapbooking projects, and I thought I’d share a few examples of how lists can be used for pocket scrapping projects.
First up is a page I created about how my day goes by too fast. For this page I used enamel dots as bullet points for my list.
Aaron created this page where he lists the things that makes him happy. I love that he included a happy smiling picture of himself to highlight his happy thoughts.
Next is a page I did for my daughter’s album. I love these little media cards, perfect for keeping track of the currents in a teenager’s life.
For this next page my list is made entirely of pictures and word art. I created this layout for a different challenge that I hosted earlier this summer, but wanted to share it here as well, since it’s not what we think of as a typical list format.
Trista created this layout with a very fun list. Every day it has the same thing listed. Swim. I love how well this captures their everyday during the summer months.
Just Jaimee is sponsoring the current challenge, so if you feel inspired to create a list for your own pocket scrapping project make sure to check out the current Pocket Scrapping Art Journaling challenge in the Art Journaling pad. The current challenge begins today and runs for two weeks. All participants that post their pages by 11:59 pm EDT on August 16th will receive a $2 coupon from Jaimee. I can’t wait to see your creations.