Catherine Franz offers eight Great Journaling Tips that will help you see that the process of journaling may be more important than the contents of the journal. Read more to see what she says!
An important aspect of including your memories in a scrapbook is to write from the heart! Your recollection of how you remember events is as important as the subject matter in a photo. When you open up and write, your perspective will be preserved to be treasured for many years.
Jonathan “Blade” Manning allows us to watch him paint an entry in his art journal celebrating the Spring of the year and the Mardi Gras season. Art journaling allows creativity as well as communication of a message. Come inside and watch Blade paint in his journal!
Laura Turner offers valuable ideas on getting started in journaling so your story will be preserved for a lifetime. You’ll learn that the value of journaling is immense and rewarding, even if the entry is not about anything significant. Come on inside and hear what Laura has to say!
In addition to enjoying the hilarity of Andrew and Melissa Engstrom’s wedding video, you’ll enjoy hearing the story about their dating relationship, their marriage, their faith and values and the letters that Andrew wrote to his future bride. This discussion highlights the importance of journaling and what it can mean at a later date.
Journaling about a photograph brings context to the image that the picture alone just can’t tell. By writing about the events, emotions, surroundings, environment and personal perspective, additional dynamics are introduced to engage the viewer. Come let Rachel share with you her thoughts on how she does it.
Wendy Dahl demonstrates how to build a wedding scrapbook that is very personal for the bride and groom, and also to their families and the wedding party. The album style is aesthetically pleasing and versatile and by journaling, specific elements of interest and individual perspectives can be emphasized.