Are you someone who, “wants to incorporate elements of vintage style into her scrapbooking and into her everyday life? If you want to develop an eye for finding treasures at flea markets and tag sales, then you’ll enjoy learning from Jenni’s expertise. Scrapbookers seeking creative inspiration will benefit from Jenni’s wisdom and guidance.” I have found that to be true for me.
I am thrilled to blog about Jenni Bowlin’s popular class: Re-purpose, Re-think, Re-invent! I took this class when it first ran and it completely opened my mind. I learned new techniques, got great flea market shopping tips, had fun watching Jenni’s videos, but most importantly I started to incorporate more of the past into my scrapbooking. Before I share a project with you, let me give you a peek into her classroom.
Through projects, creative challenges, and field trips, you will not only be inspired, but motivated (there is a difference)! Inspiration serves no purpose if you don’t know how to use it, so this class will show you how to use your inspiration! Get ready to turn in your permission slip and embark with Jenni on this creative journey that will surely take your next memory project to a whole new level.
Her ability to combine vintage with everyday has inspired me. I had fun making the layout, Proof, and loved how it turned out. Another project I made inspired by Jenni was a framed book cover with a photo of me as a child alongside it.
The book is a favorite from my childhood and the story tells about a mother bunny who competes to become one of the five Easter bunnies. She is able to do this because she has taught her bunny children how to care for themselves and each other. This story obviously impacted me as a child and I like to think that I have incorporated the simple lessons taught in it.
The question is what will she inspire you to make? To learn more and register, please visit the class description. Enter to win a giveaway spot in her class by liking Big Picture and Creating Keepsakes magazine on Facebook. Then come back and leave a comment. See you in class!