Kerri Bradford Studio - The History Project Class Layout

Monday, February 8, 2016

My talented friend Kerri from Kerri Bradford Studio has created another amazing class called The History Project!

About The History Project
- Takes scrapbooking out of the equation so you can focus on writing the stories and not the foo foo. - It's considered a journaling class so you don't need to be a scrapbooker to take it.
- Class is self-paced so anyone can join at any time and have access to all the prompts.
- Over 50 prompts to help you recall the stories. They are more in-depth than any journal you'd get at a book store. Sooo many questions to help you get your mind thinking.
- Includes over 50 accents to use in your journal.
- Includes writing tips to help you go beyond the basic answers and bring your reader into your stories.
- Includes ideas of how to include memorabilia and other fun tidbits that you may or may not have.
- Great for families to work on together. It's amazing the perspective between siblings... and parents too!
Here is the layout I made to go along with a giveaway to a free spot in her class over on my instagram: @paigetaylorevans:
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VACATION by Paige Evans

DESCRIPTION: There are so many amazing cut files included in this class, how to pick just one?! 
I suppose I could have used more than one, but ya know me, I like to make one BIG one :) I chose the "VACATION" cut file and used a photo of me and my brother from when we were kids on vacation in Utah.

JOURNALING SAYS: When we were little we used to take many family vacations to Utah. I loved visiting both sets of grandparents, cousins, aunts, and more. Here we had climbed to the top of "Y" Mountain overlooking Provo.

HOW TO: Paint over a mint cardstock background with white paint and let it dry. Drop pink, yellow, orange, blue, and green spray mists over the dried paint. Die cut the "VACATION" word from white cardstock then back each letter with a patterned paper (from Fancy Free of course :) - back the "N" with a square photo. Bunch up three pieces of thread and attach them to the layout with a few embellishments to create a visual triangle. Journal below the photo to finish.

SUPPLIES: Cut file: Kerri Bradford Studio; Patterned paper, puffy cloud and sentiment stickers, chipboard heart, layered sticker, Cardstock, pen, adhesive: American Crafts; Die cut machine: Silhouette Cameo; Thread: Coats & Clark; Paint: FolkArt; Spray mist: Studio Calico

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Head on over to my instagram to enter the giveaway to Kerri's class!


  1. This is gorgeous! LOVING that big title and loving the journaling!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Love the large title, thanks for the inspiration...super job.


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