Memory Journal Class Details – Journaling

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Stacy Julian Short Story Workshop

One of the most repeated comments that I hear from scrapbookers and memory keepers is that journaling is the hardest part. What if there were a way to make it easier and less time consuming? What if there were some specific questions that you could ask yourself that would make the story complete? Join us in this month’s Memory Journal class to learn how to document YOUR STORY.

Stacy Julian Short Story Workshop

Story by Stacy – Short Story Kit

In this class we are going to focus on Memory Journal journaling and capturing our memories in our Memory Journal. We are going to be using some journaling techniques originally taught by Stacy Julian in her Short Story Class for Close to my heart.

Topic: Memory Journal – October Journaling 101
Time: October 7, 2021 06:00 PM Mountain Time
Join Zoom Meeting:
Zoom Link:Https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81639008685?pwd=cGVZUlRxKzI5ZWZmRDdTSDNsbGc0UT09
Meeting ID: 816 3900 8685
Passcode: 123456

To dive deeper into this course, I recommend purchasing the Story by Stacy Short Story Kit available HERE. The full kit is a great way to start a small memory journal and includes the following:

  • 1 – 6″ × 6″ album
  • 10 – 6″ × 6″ Memory Protectors™
  • 12 – patterned paper sheets; 6″ × 6″
  • 20 – White Daisy cardstock sheets; 6″ × 6″
  • 4 – sticker and die-cut sheets; 6″ × 6″
  • 1 – Black & White Dots
  • 1 – white twine; 1 yd.
  • 1 – black & white gingham ribbon; 3 yds.
  • 1 – Short Story workbook

Here is what you will need as we continue to work on our memory journals and really focus on what is important – CAPTURING OUR MEMORIES through journaling the story:

  • Paper & Embellishments for several pages
    • Paper – Cardstock & patterned paper
    • Embellishments such as:
      • Beads/Brads/Bling/Dots
      • Inks / Paints / Markers
      • Stamps
      • Stickers / die cuts
      • Washi
  • Photos for pages
  • Adhesives
  • Journaling pen

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