Storytelling Strategies: How to Scrapbook Your Life Instead of Your Pictures
Taught by Stacy Julian
Author Stacy Julian completed the storytelling journey of a lifetime in the year 2012. And now she's bringing you the lessons and insights she learned along the way in her 54-page downloadable eBook, Storytelling Strategies: How to scrapbook your life instead of your pictures.
Stacy started her journey by choosing 12 key storytelling topics. Then she set an intention (and set up a process!) to make storytelling a part of her daily life. In the end, she completed 144 story-rich layouts in just 12 months—one layout for each of her 12 storytelling categories every single month. Those categories are:
Now it's your turn! Let Stacy guide you through your own authentic storytelling process, so you too can discover and share important stories from your unique life.
Stacy Julian is a prolific scrapbooker, instructor, keynote speaker, author, blogger, and storyteller. The founder of bigpictureclasses.com and Simple Scrapbooks magazine (2002-2009), Stacy loves to share her passion for memory keeping with worldwide audiences. She hails from Spokane, Washington, where she and her husband, Geoff, stay busy raising their five children.
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