New Workshop | Start To Finish : Travel

Registration is now open for  Start To Finish: Travel

We decided to change the name of this workshop from " Product Play" to "Start To Finish" to emphasize that the focus of this class is on inspiration, ideas and encouragement for getting your past travel stories into completed albums. There will definitely be product play included as we use the 2020 Travel Collection Kit + coordinating supplies to support our stories but we want to distinguish that this workshop is different than the Product Play workshop for December Daily® (those are generally single page ideas vs. completed albums). 

Start To Finish: Travel will begin on Tuesday, July 7th. New content for this workshop will be released once a week on Tuesdays. 

I'll be joined by Design Team members Laura WonsikTazhiana GordonMorgan Beal, and Pam Baldwin and we will each be using products from the 2020 Travel Collection to complete either a 6x8 or 3x8 album. 

Ali will be putting together a 6x8 album from a trip to Ireland back in 2012. 

Please let me know if you have any questions in the comments below!

OTHER TRAVEL WORKSHOPS AVAILABLE (ALL SELF-PACED)

STORIES OF TRAVEL // Stories Of Travel is a five-lesson workshop, featuring over 7.5 hours of video content, focusing on universal ideas for telling the stories of your travels. My main goal with this workshop is to dive into the topic with you and take a closer look at different ways you can get the stories of your travels completed. Travel means different things for different people and the processes I'll share with you will take that into consideration.  The three lessons of content will be broken down into the following categories: (1) before travel, (2) during travel, and (3) after travel. In addition I'll share video walkthroughs of all my completed travel projects along with a walkthrough of some of the ones I haven't completed with details about how I'm organizing them and making plans to "deal" with them. Join me for another in-depth story-centered workshop to grow your memory keeping skills. Upon signing up all lessons will be available to you and you can work through the content at your own pace.

TRAVEL PRODUCT PLAY (2018) // Join me and four of my Creative Team members - Ingunn Markiewicz, Amy Gretchen, Lisa Varshine, and Pam Baldwin - as we each create a 3x8 travel album using products from the new Travel Collection. No matter whether your trip is near or far, from last week or many years ago, the new 2018 Travel Collection products can be used to help get your travel stories told. In this workshop focus will be on ideas for using the products included in the Main Travel Kit to document our adventures in a 3x8 album. Upon signing up all lessons will be available to you and you can work through the content at your own pace.

TRAVEL PRODUCT PLAY 2 (2019) // Join me and four of my Creative Team members - Ingunn Markiewicz, Amy Gretchen, Jen Schow and Jenny Theriault - as we each create a 3x8 or 6x8 travel album using products from the new 2019 Travel Collection. No matter whether your trip is near or far, from last week or many years ago, the 2019 Travel Collection products can be used to help get your travel stories told. In this workshop focus will be on ideas for using the products included in the Main Travel Kit to document our adventures in a 3x8 or 6x8 album. Upon signing up all lessons will be available to you and you can work through the content at your own pace.

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3 thoughts

  1. MrsKnight says…
    06/19/2020

    I love the shift in focus. I don't usually work backwards on documenting. Do you know if there will be any content for those who might not have the extras anymore?

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    1. AliEdwards says…
      06/22/2020

      Hi! Do you mean extras from past trips? Can you clarify?

    2. MrsKnight says…
      06/22/2020

      Yes, I’m sorry. I mean that I no longer have the ephemera. Just photos from past trips. I didn’t journal either but I think I can work around that by just writing more reflective. Thank you :)