Big Picture Classes: Keep It Simple 2.0

Recently I signed up for the Big Picture Classes free trial to check out the classes and see what they had to offer. I’m not big on the traditional scrapbooking layouts, so I headed right over to their minibooks & notebooks section and found just what I was looking for.

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Steph Baxter teaches the class Keep It Simple 2.0. She’s got photos and process videos and really just seems like the kind of person you’d want to hang out and scrap with. She’s from London. She has an accent. It’s the cutest thing ever.

The main thing that caught my eye was her PNW album. I’ve been seriously on the fence about documenting my trip to Seattle/Olympic National Park/La Push/Mount St. Helens/Mt. Rainier. Traveler’s notebook vs. 9 x 12 album vs. 6 x 8 album. Ugh. After taking Steph’s class, I’m really leaning more towards the 9 x 12 now. I really like how she uses 9 x 12 photos as bookmarks to start and end each day. And with the larger size album, I don’t have to worry too much about cutting things down to fit in the album.

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I don’t want to give away too much so you should definitely head over and check out her class. Big Picture Classes even offer a free trial, so what are you waiting for?

*all photos by Steph Baxter

 

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