The idea behind Storyline is basically this: to tell our stories. Storyline is simply a way to simplify the process. Beautiful albums. Pre-stamped pages with page protectors filling those albums. And a fabulous Storyline Sticker Book. Sound too good to be true? Maybe.
Grab the following items used to craft this Storyline page. And follow along as I share with you a couple of ideas about the Storyline process.
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Storyline Albums. They are not only beautiful, durable, and ready to hold a whole lot of stories, but the albums lend themselves to telling either a theme of stories, an epic vacation, a child’s school history, or even that once in a lifetime trip. The themes on each of the covers are versatile and can cover an array of story found inside. Not only that, they look awesome sitting up on a shelf in one’s album library.
Album page inserts. Simply adding a paper background to the included Storyline blank page can create a home to photo, embellishments and story. The intention was to keep this page simple by including a single piece of paper. That pop of color was a perfect way to tell this story.
Photo. A single photo can tell a lot of story. And while we may not want to just throw a photo on a blank page and call it good, there are some perfect ways to add just enough extra yet keep the process simple.
Sticker Book. It doesn’t take much to tell our story. Sometimes I wonder if we get bogged down with all the pretty things that can make a scrapbook page. Sometimes I wonder if we just need a great photo, a single piece of paper, and a fabulous Sticker Book. This page explores that Sticker Book a little as it helps the whole entire page come together and feel cohesive.
In this video we will be exploring the simplicity of a single piece of paper to adorn a background. And how one photo can tell a bigger story. I will show you how to turn stickers into embellishments for this page. Also the video will take a look at hidden journaling. Not only that, we will chat about dating the page…because more than not, that simple gesture often gets forgotten.