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When you started working on your club, what was the first thing you did?
I knew I wanted to do and art journal type of club, I just love that style of scrapping. But I wanted to also create a club that you could use with any type of scrapping. So I spent hours looking through Pinterest at not only the different art journaling pages, but also paying attention to the texture, blending and ripped papers on their pages.
What inspired the colors in your club?
With the Capturing Life Nano I went with neutral colors so they would fit with any layout.
Where did you find the inspiration for this club?
A lot of the inspiration came from Pinterest seaching through both Art Journaling and Mixed Media pages.
The club includes several products. Did you start and complete each one before moving on to the next?
With this club I did one thing at a time. I started with the papers. They took me the longest, as they are the base of all layouts. Once those were finished I then moved onto the embellishments and finished with the word art.
What was your favorite thing to design?
I would say the paper templates. These templates really work together and mixing/matching ones from each set will create some really cool and unique papers.
I’ll admit I really dragged my feet with this one. I spent week researching and staring at my screen, only to shut it down and move onto something else. Once I finally started working on it and could envision the final product it moved pretty fast.
How did you come up with the name of your club?
When you think of art journaling you think of emotion. A lot of times these pages are pictureless, full of journaling and true feeling. They capture your daily life.