Many of the stories we tell in our scrapbooks today started out as simple dreams yesterday. In fact, the life you’re living—and scrapbookin—today is, in many ways, shaped by the life you dreamed about having long ago.
Think back. . . When you were little, what dreams did you have for your life? What about your life now is characterized by living those dreams?
Whether you’re living a life you’d always imagined or one you never would have dreamed of, exploring and scrapbooking where your dreams have taken you is a fantastic experience that’s empowering and fun. And who better to lead you through it than the CK Dream Team? The Dream Team has teamed up with Big Picture Classes to bring you the Living the Dream class! This exciting class starts June 28, 2012, and last 20 days. You’ll receive inspiring emails with photo and journaling prompts, 10 hand outs with techniques to create a layout, and the opportunity to get to know these talented ladies a bit more while celebrating your life through scrapbooks.
We hope that you’ll join us in this 20-day workshop to connect with these talented instructors as well as enjoy the opportunity to not just count, but scrap your blessings. Register for your spot in the class today at Big Picture Classes.
Want to win a FREE spot in this amazing class? Leave a comment below telling us one way your life today is influenced by the dreams of yesterday. We’ll randomly choose two winners to become students in this class, tuition-free, by Thursday, June 7.
See you in class!
—Jennafer Martin, editor-in-chief
P.S. Would you like more chances to win? Visit the blogs of our CK Dream Team and contributing writers:
- Autumn Baldwin
- Deena Boese
- Joey Manwarren
- Kim Watson
- Laura Vegas
- Linda Barber
- Maggie Holmes
- Mou Saha
- Nicole Harper
- Piradee Talvanna
- Stacy Cohen
- Suzy Plantamura
Congratulations to our winner! Watch for an email in your inbox to claim your prize.
Lynnette: “Livin the Dream” the funny thing is that this has become my husbands phrase lately. I have heard him say it a few times in response to someone else’s “How’s it goin?” We are both self employed and able to schedule our work around the needs of our children and our own playtime. It’s a tough life financially but when someone asks how I handle it my response is simply “we are happy”. We could both work stressful jobs and come home tired and miserable but that is not what we dreamed of for our family. I’m not out buying fancy clothes or even driving a nice car but my kids have everything they need, we eat well and we are happy. I would love to win this class and share my happiness with others through my pages. Thanks for the oppurtunity!