If you have read my articles, you probably notice just how often my pets appear in our photos. They are part of our family and I can’t imagine not including them in my family’s story. Here are just a few examples of recent favorite pages featuring my pets:
In the Window by Christy Strickler |Supplies Patterned Paper: Studio Calico; Letters; Sassafrass, Twine and Ink; Die Cuts: Basic Grey, Silhouette; Wood: Jillibean Soup; Acrylic: Maggie Holmes; Stickers: SEI; Based on Sketch # 424 from Scrapbook Challenges
Those Ears by Christy Strickler |Supplies Patterned Paper:Basic Grey, Cocoa Daisy; Letters: Freckled Fawn; Stamps: Kelly Purkey, Elle’s Studio; Ink: Staz-On, Versa Color;Punch: American Crafts; Die Cut: Elle’s Studio;Enamel Dots: My Mind’s Eye; Other: Ribbon, Glass Beads, Confetti, Tag; Based on Scrapbook Challenges Sketch # 434
If you are like me, you take a ton of photos of your pets. My cats have all grown up around the camera, and now they seem to know what to expect when they see it. I try my best to make pages that focus on deeper stories and not just the particular moment. A layout sometimes needs to show a bit more than that one millionth time I photographed my cat playing with string. It never hurts to have a little inspiration and I am happy to say there is a free class that will provide just that.
Here’s What You’ll Learn:
- Tips on taking better pet photos…especially when they don’t want to sit still
- The importance of documenting the stages of your pet’s life
- Examples of pet scrapbook layouts that are fun to create, eye-catching, and easy to compose
- A few basic eco-friendly supplies every scrapbooker should have on hand
- … and lots more motivating tips
You can participate live or enjoy the recording free for a short time. You must preregister to enjoy free access. Yes, I am an affiliate,however, I plan on taking this class too. If you would like to join me Click here to view more details.