Which version of scrapbooking do you think I think is the right one? If you've read the last 3 blog posts, especially Screw Scrapbooking, you probably are saying story-based scrapping.…
I am finally saying it right out loud, and it's been a long time coming.
Everytime I hear someone say, "Oh, scrapbooking, I could never do that", when I didn't even said the word "scrapbooking", I scream "Screw Scrapbooking" inside. I know I'm not talking about THAT scrapbooking, not the way they are thinking of it.
After last week at the vendor fair, I knew I could no longer keep it to myself!
Oh, I know what you are thinking. It's either: (more…)
In the last post, I shared how I saw some similarities between the "Horse Whisperer", the "Dog Whisperer" and how we deal with our photos/images. They rehabilitate horses and dogs, respectively, while training their owners and photo solution consultants like me rehabilitate photos/images while training their owners.
Let's see how: (more…)
Decades ago, while watching PBS (Public Broadcasting System), I discovered a most amazing person, Monty Roberts. You may have heard of him? He had a whole new way of working with horses and was known as "The Horse Whisperer". His programs were mesmerizing, watching him work with unruly horses and transform them into calm, enjoyable beings. He worked with horses and their owners all around the world and always said he "rehabilitated the horses and trained their owners". While doing so and raising his own family, he fostered over 50 troubled young people using his gentle abilities of rehabilitation. The horses, and the fostered kids, were always brought to him as the source of the problem, yet it was clear the horses (and kids) were simply reacting to their own experiences. You can read more of this story in his excellent autobiography "The Man Who Listens to Horses". I've watched him weave his magic ever since.
A few years ago, (more…)
A unique and untapped use for digital storybooking and hybrid scrapbooking, stories help us capture the attention of those we care about and make a difference with them.