Communication certainly has changed since I was a kid. Who knows what communication will be like a decade from now. It's certainly worth taking pause to tell this everyday story. I documented my son's use of the telephone, on-line chat boards, and skype earlier this year. Since then, the way he communicates has continued to change. Our telephone barely rings anymore. It has been abandoned for on-line methods of communication.
by |Patterned Paper, Ephemera, Badge: Jenni Bowlin; Letters,Stamp: American Crafts; Flowers: Webster’s Pages; Buttons, Stickers: Basic Grey; Jewel: Prima; Punch: Fiskars; Other: twine, digital stamp
You might recognize this layout. It appeared in a recent article I posted on my website. The article focuses on how I used color to create this layout. What I didn't mention was my use of symbolism. The receipts and vintage telephone represent older forms of communication. I used a playing card and a bingo card to represent my son playing games while chatting with friends. The #12 card depicts his age at the time of this photo.
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Two new articles were posted on the My Scrapbook Evolution Website. The Color Palette Process: Neon shares ideas for how to use the latest neon color craze. While I was at it, I shared a review of Hero Arts Neon Ink Daubers.
The latest Scrapbook Coach class is now available. It's on sale until September 23rd.
Now, I am off to create with my September JBS Mercantile kits. I have a lot of ideas but I am not sure if the weekend is long enough to accomplish them all. How about you? What will you be creating this weekend?