Here is another layout I did last week. It answers the question, “How do I see myself as a scrapbooker in the future?”. This reminds me of a routine question that we ask student leaders when I was still employed at the university. The answers vary. Some expected to be successful as businessmen or nurses for those who are taking up business or nursing courses respectively. However, I remember one engineering student who made an impression on me. She told me that she wants to put up and manage a hotel. Apparently, hotels fascinate her and Lodging Jobs would certainly help her fellowmen in her city. Well, she still has a long way to go before she can finally build that hotel but I wish her the best!
Now let’s go to my layout. I envisioned a journaling-loaded page since I wanted to LEARN more, PLAY more and INSPIRE more. I also wanted the journaling to be fragmented. Putting them all in one paragraph can be overwhelming. I’ll be honest, this is not the original layout. I did a first one for about four hours but it did not look nor feel right. I wanted it to be clean and simple and without too much adornment since it is already heavily-laden with words. And that’s where Biografitti’s Focus Template Album came into the picture. I like how it has provided rooms for all the elements I wish to include in my layout. The template was indeed perfect!
Initially, I wanted this layout to be all black and white using
Again, here are the materials I used for this layout: Focus Album Template by Biografitti at Oscraps, Scrapping 9 to 5 at by Kate Hadfield at The Lilypad, True Love Kit by Designs by Anita and Forever Yours by Deca Designs and Designs by Anita both at MScraps.