Today I am sharing a 12 x 12 page I created of three of my grandsons using an assortment of professional photos Ashley had done fairly recently, which I adore. My unwritten goal for scrapbooking this year is to make pages in whatever size I desire and whatever might suit the story, or the design style I am going for.
Another unwritten goal for 2020 is to use my digital stash. I have sooo much digital product! Folders and folders from many different designers. Besides using my digital stash I plan on purging everything I know I won't ever use. Sometimes I purchase a kit and I know I will use 75 percent of the kit - at least I hope to use it - but that other 25 percent needs to be sent to the trash bin. It is freedom. It truly is freeing when I purge those things I don't use, or even like, or it simply isn't my style. It actually motivates me to create. For instance, pattern paper: I will almost always trash big, bold prints because I know I won't use them, and especially won't use them as background paper. However, in this kit, as an example, I kept that pretty flower print with a pink background because I figured it would make beautiful accent paper. I was right!
I also used an older word art brush for the title by Ali Edwards that I acquired probably 6-7 years ago and have kept in my stash. While it is a frequently used folder of word art, it is the using of some of the older pieces, and those kits I've never used, that I hope to change this year. Granted, it is digital product and isn't wasted. It can be used again and again. I have to, first, use the supplies.