Ties That Bind
Ways to Scrapbook Your Most Important Relationships
to identify and treasure the relationships in your life,
both big and small, while creating authentic and meaningful
scrapbook layouts in five vital relationship categories.
Above all, learn to share a little piece of your heart on
every page you make.
Howella popular blogger, devoted Army wife, and busy
mother of four young daughters (including twins)welcomes
you into her inspiring world in The Ties That Bind,
her very first online class.
connect with Stephanie's stories, you'll discover the importance
of sharing pieces of yourself as you honor the people and
ideals that have made you who you are. In this class, you'll
create the kinds of pages that you and your family will
treasure all your lives.
Note from Stephanie:
I've gotten older and wiser, I've discovered that
what I love most about scrapbooking is the chance
I have to document the deep connections in my lifethe
ties that bind. Once I recognized and embraced this,
scrapbooking really and truly became a joy to me again.
It's not about using certain products or following
certain trends. It's about telling my children who
I am and what I love most about them, their father,
and my friends. It's about sharing my deepest feelings
and beliefs, because the relationship I have with
myself is important, too.
Stephanie in an open and supportive atmosphere where you
can learn from her approachable scrapbooking style, her
ability to create quick layouts that are full of story,
and her willingness to open her heart.
to know more? Listen to Stephanie's audio message:
information about Self-Paced Projects at Big Picture Classes!
Self-Paced Projects are instant download classes that
allow you to participate at BPC anytime! These classes
are different from our interactive workshops. There are
no starting or ending dates -- you may enroll at any time.
This flexibility also means, that there will not be the
level of teacher and student interaction that we enjoy
in our workshops. You will receive handouts to print and
an audio file to listen to, but there are typically no
message boards or chats.