This blog is my favorite place to share and connect with others on the Internet. I truly enjoy writing posts and reading the continuing discussion in the comments. I also like to read and comment on other blogs and am so glad for the connections and friendships that have come my way through blogging. However, I do venture into other (social media & scrapbooking) spaces on occasion, so you can find me:
On Facebook (HERE) - where I occasionally post a photo of something FUN I've been up to . . .
or a link to information about I class I'll be teaching . . .
or an event I'll be participating in.
And every once in a while someone else will tag me in a post.
On YouTube (HERE) - where I currently have a few scrapbooking videos posted. I'm hoping to add a couple more over the summer.
On the Scrappin' Goodtime blog (HERE) - where I share projects I've created as part of the Design Team for this fantastic (not-so) local scrapbook store and retreat.
On the new Big Picture Classes website (HERE) - where I'm enjoying INSPIRATION from the variety of classes offered. Although I'd already created a layout based on the challenge to use circles in the Paige's Pages class, I found another example in the class gallery that I just had to try. I punched scalloped circles from some orange and yellow paper scraps for this FUN layout.
I have to admit it was a little tedious cutting the scalloped circles and reassembling them to create this look, but I like the way it turned out!
As I mentioned in an earlier post, although I have a Pinterest account, I don't really pin. And I haven't even explored Instagram or Twitter. But I was thrilled to read Becky's comment yesterday and learn that I was featured during the Mail Segment of a recent Paperclipping Roundtable episode!
Do you venture into any of these (or other) social media & scrapbooking spaces?
Today I'm linking up with Cate and her challenge to blog every day in May.