Book of Me 2: pages 2, 12, 13, 38, 39 & 40

By admin | December 16, 2009

Welcome to the eighteenth lesson in this 18 part Book of Me Album Class. Remember I am only an email away.

 

Contents (page 2)

Random Photographs with captions (pages 12, 13, 38 & 39)

What this book says about Me (page 40)

 

I hope you have enjoyed creating this second book about yourself and look forward to seeing the results posted at the Scrapbook Fantasies Gallery.  Please remember that you can continue to add to these pages and revisit topics every so often as life changes.  Good luck and always enjoy what you do.

 

Tips and Hints for completing your book:
* Keep collecting/copying every photograph with you in it
* Don’t have any or many photographs of yourself….Take some! Take lots!
* Get a notebook or cheap exercise book and write down anything about yourself as it comes to you
* Use stuff you love (scrapbooking supplies)
* This is a good opportunity to use up your stash
* You could use your favourite colour scheme
* Try something different or experiment on every page and use this as a way to build your scrapbooking techniques
* Use your own handwriting as much as possible
* Scraplift if you want to
* Be honest
* Use your own style of scrapbooking or try something a bit different
* Do the pages as simple or as elaborate as you choose
* Use hidden journaling to conceal sensitive or personal information

 

REMEMBER: This is your book about yourself and that means you get to do it how you want!

 

by Alicia Redshaw

Copyright Alicia Redshaw 2009-

Book of Me 2: pages 14 & 15

By admin | December 16, 2009

Welcome to the seventeenth lesson in this 18 part Book of Me Album Class. Remember I am only an email away.

 

Ten Years from Now (pages 14 & 15)

 

Document (with pictures where possible) where you want to be ten years from now.  Look at your home, your family, your career, your finances, yourself and everything else you can think of or dream of.

 

Tips and Hints for completing your book:
* Keep collecting/copying every photograph with you in it
* Don’t have any or many photographs of yourself….Take some! Take lots!
* Get a notebook or cheap exercise book and write down anything about yourself as it comes to you
* Use stuff you love (scrapbooking supplies)
* This is a good opportunity to use up your stash
* You could use your favourite colour scheme
* Try something different or experiment on every page and use this as a way to build your scrapbooking techniques
* Use your own handwriting as much as possible
* Scraplift if you want to
* Be honest
* Use your own style of scrapbooking or try something a bit different
* Do the pages as simple or as elaborate as you choose
* Use hidden journaling to conceal sensitive or personal information

 

REMEMBER: This is your book about yourself and that means you get to do it how you want!

 

by Alicia Redshaw

Copyright Alicia Redshaw 2009-

Book of Me 2: pages 22 & 23

By admin | November 15, 2009

Welcome to the sixeenth lesson in this 18 part Book of Me Album Class. Remember I am only an email away.

 

10 People who inspire (or have inspired) Me (pages 22 & 23)

 

List, discuss and include photographs where you can of the people who have and do inspire you.  Whether it is craft, cooking or general living inspiration have fun and list them all.

 

If you are doing the Book of Me for the prize at the end, or would like to, go here for all of the rules.

 

Tips and Hints for completing your book:
* Keep collecting/copying every photograph with you in it
* Don’t have any or many photographs of yourself….Take some! Take lots!
* Get a notebook or cheap exercise book and write down anything about yourself as it comes to you
* Use stuff you love (scrapbooking supplies)
* This is a good opportunity to use up your stash
* You could use your favourite colour scheme
* Try something different or experiment on every page and use this as a way to build your scrapbooking techniques
* Use your own handwriting as much as possible
* Scraplift if you want to
* Be honest
* Use your own style of scrapbooking or try something a bit different
* Do the pages as simple or as elaborate as you choose
* Use hidden journaling to conceal sensitive or personal information

 

REMEMBER: This is your book about yourself and that means you get to do it how you want!

 

by Alicia Redshaw

Copyright Alicia Redshaw 2009-

Book of Me 2: pages 24 & 25

By admin | November 2, 2009

Welcome to the fifteenth lesson in this 18 part Book of Me Album Class. Remember I am only an email away.

 

The trends of my Lifetime (pages 24 & 25)

 

This is another fun double layout where you can document the trends, gimmicks and fashions of your lifetime.  See if you can find pictures of you at the times of the trends or in the act of following the trends.  Have some fun and don’t forget the journaling.

 

Tips and Hints for completing your book:
* Keep collecting/copying every photograph with you in it
* Don’t have any or many photographs of yourself….Take some! Take lots!
* Get a notebook or cheap exercise book and write down anything about yourself as it comes to you
* Use stuff you love (scrapbooking supplies)
* This is a good opportunity to use up your stash
* You could use your favourite colour scheme
* Try something different or experiment on every page and use this as a way to build your scrapbooking techniques
* Use your own handwriting as much as possible
* Scraplift if you want to
* Be honest
* Use your own style of scrapbooking or try something a bit different
* Do the pages as simple or as elaborate as you choose
* Use hidden journaling to conceal sensitive or personal information

 

REMEMBER: This is your book about yourself and that means you get to do it how you want!

 

by Alicia Redshaw

Copyright Alicia Redshaw 2009-

Book of Me 2: pages 20 & 21

By admin | October 6, 2009

Welcome to the fourteenth lesson in this 18 part Book of Me Album Class. Remember I am only an email away.

 

How the world has changed in my lifetime (pages 20 & 21)

 

This is a great double page to discuss and review the things that have changed since you were born.  Some examples are technology, foods, social roles, crime, laws and education.  Try to focus on those changes that have most influenced your life.  Have some fun and don’t forget the photographs and journaling.

 

Tips and Hints for completing your book:
* Keep collecting/copying every photograph with you in it
* Don’t have any or many photographs of yourself….Take some! Take lots!
* Get a notebook or cheap exercise book and write down anything about yourself as it comes to you
* Use stuff you love (scrapbooking supplies)
* This is a good opportunity to use up your stash
* You could use your favourite colour scheme
* Try something different or experiment on every page and use this as a way to build your scrapbooking techniques
* Use your own handwriting as much as possible
* Scraplift if you want to
* Be honest
* Use your own style of scrapbooking or try something a bit different
* Do the pages as simple or as elaborate as you choose
* Use hidden journaling to conceal sensitive or personal information

 

REMEMBER: This is your book about yourself and that means you get to do it how you want!

 

by Alicia Redshaw

Copyright Alicia Redshaw 2009-

Book of Me 2: pages 36 & 37

By admin | September 14, 2009

Welcome to the thirteenth lesson in this 18 part Book of Me Album Class. Remember I am only an email away.

 

If I could change three things about myself (page 36)

If I could change three things about the world (page 37)

 

This time I want you to have some fun with the first page, it isn’t a page I want you to get hung up over and dwell upon.  The second page is an opportunity to think about what you would like to change in this world we live in.  What do you think should be the three priorities to fix with the problems of the world.  Remember to include photographs and explain your reasonings so that your audience will get to know you better.

 

Tips and Hints for completing your book:
* Keep collecting/copying every photograph with you in it
* Don’t have any or many photographs of yourself….Take some! Take lots!
* Get a notebook or cheap exercise book and write down anything about yourself as it comes to you
* Use stuff you love (scrapbooking supplies)
* This is a good opportunity to use up your stash
* You could use your favourite colour scheme
* Try something different or experiment on every page and use this as a way to build your scrapbooking techniques
* Use your own handwriting as much as possible
* Scraplift if you want to
* Be honest
* Use your own style of scrapbooking or try something a bit different
* Do the pages as simple or as elaborate as you choose
* Use hidden journaling to conceal sensitive or personal information

 

REMEMBER: This is your book about yourself and that means you get to do it how you want!

 

by Alicia Redshaw

Copyright Alicia Redshaw 2009-

Book of Me 2: pages 1 & 3

By admin | August 24, 2009

Welcome to the twelth lesson in this 18 part Book of Me Album Class. Remember I am only an email away.

 

Title Page (page 1)

My Family Tree (page 3)

 

This lesson is nice and easy with the completion of a title page and your Family Tree.  On the family tree try to go from you in both directions if you can.  If you wanted to be really creative you could also include photographs where you have them.

 

Tips and Hints for completing your book:
* Keep collecting/copying every photograph with you in it
* Don’t have any or many photographs of yourself….Take some! Take lots!
* Get a notebook or cheap exercise book and write down anything about yourself as it comes to you
* Use stuff you love (scrapbooking supplies)
* This is a good opportunity to use up your stash
* You could use your favourite colour scheme
* Try something different or experiment on every page and use this as a way to build your scrapbooking techniques
* Use your own handwriting as much as possible
* Scraplift if you want to
* Be honest
* Use your own style of scrapbooking or try something a bit different
* Do the pages as simple or as elaborate as you choose
* Use hidden journaling to conceal sensitive or personal information

 

REMEMBER: This is your book about yourself and that means you get to do it how you want!

 

by Alicia Redshaw

Copyright Alicia Redshaw 2009-

Book of Me 2: pages 8 & 9

By admin | August 3, 2009

Welcome to the eleventh lesson in this 18 part Book of Me Album Class. Remember I am only an email away.

 

My Siblings (pages 8 & 9)

 

This lesson is about your brothers and sisters.  If you are an only child you could document the friends or relatives that you grew up with that were as close to siblings as you had.  You could also write about what it was like to be an only child.  For those with siblings see how creative you can get writing about growing up with your siblings and then what they are also like as adults.

 

Tips and Hints for completing your book:
* Keep collecting/copying every photograph with you in it
* Don’t have any or many photographs of yourself….Take some! Take lots!
* Get a notebook or cheap exercise book and write down anything about yourself as it comes to you
* Use stuff you love (scrapbooking supplies)
* This is a good opportunity to use up your stash
* You could use your favourite colour scheme
* Try something different or experiment on every page and use this as a way to build your scrapbooking techniques
* Use your own handwriting as much as possible
* Scraplift if you want to
* Be honest
* Use your own style of scrapbooking or try something a bit different
* Do the pages as simple or as elaborate as you choose
* Use hidden journaling to conceal sensitive or personal information

 

REMEMBER: This is your book about yourself and that means you get to do it how you want!

 

by Alicia Redshaw

Copyright Alicia Redshaw 2009-

Book of Me 2: pages 34 & 35

By admin | July 13, 2009

Welcome to the tenth lesson in this 18 part Book of Me Album Class. Remember I am only an email away.

 

My Top 10 Achievements (pages 34 & 35)

 

This lesson I want you to list your major life achievements so far.  Don’t forget to journal about each and find some relevant photographs if you can.  Everyone is going to have different things that are achievements to them.  Dig deep and look at the achievements over your entire life so far, not just your recent achievements.

 

Tips and Hints for completing your book:
* Keep collecting/copying every photograph with you in it
* Don’t have any or many photographs of yourself….Take some! Take lots!
* Get a notebook or cheap exercise book and write down anything about yourself as it comes to you
* Use stuff you love (scrapbooking supplies)
* This is a good opportunity to use up your stash
* You could use your favourite colour scheme
* Try something different or experiment on every page and use this as a way to build your scrapbooking techniques
* Use your own handwriting as much as possible
* Scraplift if you want to
* Be honest
* Use your own style of scrapbooking or try something a bit different
* Do the pages as simple or as elaborate as you choose
* Use hidden journaling to conceal sensitive or personal information

 

REMEMBER: This is your book about yourself and that means you get to do it how you want!

 

by Alicia Redshaw

Copyright Alicia Redshaw 2009-

Book of Me 2: pages 16 & 17

By admin | June 22, 2009

Welcome to the ninth lesson in this 18 part Book of Me Album Class. Remember I am only an email away.

 

The Soundtrack of My Life (pages 16 & 17)

 

This lesson I want you to think about the songs that have been a significant part of your life, have influenced your life and have been your favourites at different stages of your life.  Include some pictures that relate to what your writing about and don’t forget to include any music related information/stories from you life that you remember.  This is an opportunity once again to have fun and get a bit creative with the way you represent the information.  This could unearth some blasts from the past and rekindle a love for a once forgotten idol or two.

 

Tips and Hints for completing your book:
* Keep collecting/copying every photograph with you in it
* Don’t have any or many photographs of yourself….Take some! Take lots!
* Get a notebook or cheap exercise book and write down anything about yourself as it comes to you
* Use stuff you love (scrapbooking supplies)
* This is a good opportunity to use up your stash
* You could use your favourite colour scheme
* Try something different or experiment on every page and use this as a way to build your scrapbooking techniques
* Use your own handwriting as much as possible
* Scraplift if you want to
* Be honest
* Use your own style of scrapbooking or try something a bit different
* Do the pages as simple or as elaborate as you choose
* Use hidden journaling to conceal sensitive or personal information

 

REMEMBER: This is your book about yourself and that means you get to do it how you want!

 

by Alicia Redshaw

Copyright Alicia Redshaw 2009-

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