After completing two layouts based on Stacy's right-brain Ideation challenge in last fall's BPC Art + Science of Scrapbooking workshop, I was thrilled with Jennifer Wilson's left-brain challenge to rate a batch of photos, make a list of stories to scrap from those photos, and then create a layout from one item on the list. Each month I work through my digital workflow, processing the previous month's photos, rating them based on which ones I want to scrap, and then upload a batch for printing at Shutterfly. This year I've also started making a list of stories to scrap that I slip into my storage binder with the printed photos and memorabilia.
I have quite a long list of stories I want to scrap from my January trip to Play! in Anaheim, so I flipped open my storage binder and chose one of those for this challenge.
My friend Amy and I are both working our way through the materials in the Art + Science workshop right now, so I decided to start with a layout about how she ended up traveling and rooming with me for this FUN event.
Once I had all the main elements on the page - photos, journaling, papers - I pulled out one of my color drawers that holds small bits & pieces and was thrilled to find the "Travel Buddies" sticker that matched perfectly!
A few weeks ago, I completed another layout from this trip showcasing photos of the flowers Robbie had delivered to our hotel room. (This layout is loosely based on a sketch I had printed out back in June during Jennifer Grace's Refresh Your Craft & Soul blog event.)
That's two more items checked off the list of stories I want to tell from the Play! event . . . fifteen (or so) to go! Do you make lists of stories you want to scrap? How/where do you store the lists?