There were two components of the class, both of which I really enjoyed. The first is Courtney Walsh's thoughts on how important it is to give ourselves permission to create. Her thoughts and prompts for journaling throughout the mini-album are excellent and really encourage you to think about how you view your creative time. The second component was the mini-album itself and the easy to follow step-by-step instructions for each page. There were several ideas for pages that I've not used in a mini-album before, like using an envelope for a page or using the plastic sticker packaging as a pocket on a page. Here's a look at some of the individual pages in my album.
|Creativity quotes & envelope as a page to hold creative prompts.|
|Pocket page for more creativity quotes & clear packaging to create pocket for dreams.|
|Quote page (which is covering a page of journaling beneath) and things to do when my creativity has stalled page.|
|Promises to myself page (promises listed under cover of patterned paper) and final page with quote.|