Find Your Voice 2015 | Lesson 1

Hello everyone! Today I'm sharing with you another digital scrapbooking layout I created with Photoshop using a couple of elements from various kits and some sentiments brushes by Ali Edwards.

I wasn't sure how to tackle the first lesson. Journaling a page in my Moleskine was too easy and I wanted to get out from my comfort zone, so I thought to create a digital layout sharing my process to create stories and what that means to me. I'm a geek girl, I like pop culture and talk about that all the time, so I scrapbooked in an unusual way.

It's easy imagine scrapbooking like a bunch of photos and embellishments glued together on a piece of paper in a nice way, but I like to try new things, since it's a process that should help you share your personality, I like to include geek elements in my layouts. Just like I did a couple of months ago for May the Fourth.

This is my take for Kristin's first lesson of Find Your Voice 2015.
Find Your Voice is a FREE six-week workshop for anyone at all who wants to find their authentic storytelling voice. 
What stories do you want to tell? What do you want those stories to look like? 
This workshop will teach you how to insert your unique creative voice into your creative storytelling projects.

You can read more at rukristin.com/findyourvoice. And, since it's free, why don't you join us? :)

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