We are multifaceted people; we live dimensional lives. There isn't one word or title that could encapsulate all that I am, or all that you are. Who I am is made up of the many details of what I do, who I love, and where I spend my time. At Big Picture Scrapbooking, we emphasize the importance of recognizing and documenting all of who we are.
Nic Howard’s newest class, Dimensional Details, will help you leave 2-dimensional scrapbooking behind, and enlighten you with all the tools, techniques and supplies available to bring your pages to a new level. I truly believe that Nic Howard is much more than a scrapbooker—she is an artist (and a good one at that!). Don’t let that scare you! I wouldn’t consider myself overly artistic, yet through her class I have been challenged to try new things and embrace the artist deep (very deep!) within.
We all long to share our life story—that’s why we scrapbook! If you want to move from “okay pages” to amazing, layered masterpieces…then this class is for you! Visit Nic Howard’s class description, and listen to her audio. She will tell you (as only she can do, in her charming New Zealand accent) more about Dimensional Details.
“We do not grow absolutely, chronologically. We grow sometimes in one dimension, and not in another; unevenly. We grow partially. We are relative. We are mature in one realm, childish in another. The past, present, and future mingle and pull us backward, forward, or fix us in the present. We are made up of layers, cells, constellations.” Anais Nin
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I need to grow in looking outward and not so much inward (which includes my family). I need to be a better friend. As for scrapbooking, I would like to grow in the dimension of putting more of my own creativity into my pages and less copying others' ideas.