Welcome to the Find Your Voice blog hop! I’m so excited to be contributing to this amazing FREE workshop from rukristin papercrafts and I can’t wait to tell you all about it!
Here’s what Kristin has to say about Find Your Voice:
The Find Your Voice Summer Storytelling Workshop kicked off today and to celebrate we’re having a blog hop with lots of giveaways! We’re going to have a blast this summer and we really hope you play along!
This workshop is about finding your storytelling voice. You are an awesome person with amazing stories, so this summer we’re going to work together to find the most genuine and authentic way for you to tell those stories.
This workshop is for everyone! You definitely don’t need to be a scrapbooker or paper-crafter to play along. We’ll be telling stories through pictures, photographs, social media, prose, and more. The only thing you need is a willingness to become the author of your own story and the courage to step outside of your comfort zone.
I’m excited for this workshop because I know that the prompts will give me new angles to help me grow as a storyteller. Though I have room for growth (we all do!), I’m an experienced storyteller, so I hope that my contribution can help you all grow as well! I’m most excited to see us build each other up in an amazing community. Watching others find their voices is truly a beautiful thing.
As for my plan of action for the workshop: I’ve decided not to come up with a catch-all place for the content from this workshop. It may inspire me to write blog posts, which may later turn into scrapbook pages, there’s a good chance that a lot of great stories from the workshop will end up in my Project Life, and some classwork might just stay in my boring old nightside table journal. I’m excited about being inspired by the class, and I want to let myself have non-restricted ideas, interpreting them however they end up working for me!
Join us this summer as we work together to find the most genuine and authentic way for you to tell your stories the way you want them to be told. We’ll be telling stories through pictures, photographs, social media, prose, and more. The only thing you need is a willingness to become the author of your own story and the courage to step outside of your comfort zone.
Visit the other awesome contributors on the hop!
rukristin papercrafts: rukristin.com/
Jessica Bree: squarespace.com/jessicabree
Emily Dismukes: emilymayhem.blogspot.com
Molly Porter: mollyfrances.typepad.com
Emily Hathcock: www.elephantgrace.com
Lisa Wilkinson: www.createfor7.blogspot.com
Veronica Milan: blog.chictags.com
Michelle Wear: table-for-five.com
Laura Kate Is Crafty: laurakateiscrafty.blogspot.com
Jen Ritchie: www.jenritchie.com
Katie Stories: katie-stories.blogspot.com
Shay Tibbs: sbookinshay29.blogspot.com
DeeDee Catron: umwowstudio.com
Nirupama KUmar: avinashhecker.blogspot.com
Eden Hensley: www.theroadtothegoodlife.com