Find Your Voice Update #3
I don't have much to share this week because I'm a bit behind - I spent a week at my mom's house, away from my crafting supplies, so all I've done for lesson 3 so far is fill out the worksheets. I did (finally) finish my album, though! I kept it really simple because I know it'll be handled a lot. I plan to use this album even after Find Your Voice wraps up to hold samples of my writing and various storytelling exercises that I do in the future. I die-cut the letters out of woodgrain contact paper using my Sizzix Sidekick and an alphabet called Wallflower. I love how clean and simple it looks against the black of the album. Lesson 4 will be available today on the Find Your Voice website. It's not too late to join! I really love all of the things I've learned about myself and about storytelling so far. Kristin has truly gone above and beyond, especially for a free workshop! And the community on the Facebook page is wonderful and welcoming. And don't forget that Katie and I have an awesome giveaway, courtesy of Kristin, of some really fun Find Your Voice merch going on over at Paper Lovers Studio. Check out the challenge here - you don't have to submit a project for the challenge to enter the giveaway, but doing so will give you the highest chance of winning! This summer, I'm participating in and contributing to a free, 8-week storytelling workshop called Find Your Voice being run by Kristin Tweedale of rukristin papercrafts. On Mondays and/or Wednesdays, I'll be sharing some of my FYV project here, as well as sneak peeks at and links to my contributions to the workshop. You can see all of my FYV posts here.