Hello and welcome back to Nostalgic Summer memories using your senses. Today’s video is about Documenting using the sense Sight. I have created a fold out map of a place we use to go as a kid for picnics, camping and Sunday fun. It was fun remembering all the little things, like the swimming hole and large picnic table for all the family. Hope you are inspired to create using your sense of Sight.
Yay! Hello and welcome to Documenting our Summer Nostalgic memories Video series! This series will run for seven days and each day will give examples of how to document using your senses! Sight, Hearing, Smell Taste and Touch. The idea of this project came to me while digging through an old box of photos. This project can be a combination of past, present and future summers. It can be used to document summers when you were a kid, summers with your kids or grandkids, or just random memories of summer’s past. I love the idea of documenting about your favorite nostalgic movies, food, or events that you want to remember. Endless possibilities! In this video, I will be showing you my journal I plan to use and my “Creative Station” with all the things I plan to document with. A free printable is located on the blog, posted on Sunday, June 7th. . Thanks for watching and I will “see” you tomorrow when we will be talking about sight!
Welcome back to Junk Journal Your Christmas Video series number 3. In this video I show you different ways to add nostalgic memories and document about Christmas past. I love telling stories of loved ones and how we celebrated Christmas in the past. I am including two free printables below to use in your journal, they are of scanned in vintage hankies.
Now, let’s talk about the remainder of the Journal your Christmas series. In the upcoming videos I want to talk photos, embellishments and daily numbers. I had planned on creating one video showing embellishments, but I think I will create a series of short quick videos. I have ideas to make wands, bookmarks, tassels, and junk bows. Let the Merry Making begin!
Here are the free printables:
Thanks for watching! See you in my next video!