What makes an artpiece appealing to you? Does it have to have anything emotional behind it? Or do you just prefer things depending on the aesthetics/visuals/sound? Is there anything you would not consider art that are considered art by others? Is there anything you do consider art that isn't considered art by others?
Are movies art? Are videogames art?
Spill your thoughts about art and its meaning here!
#8: I did scarpbook a few years ago but I have been occupied with other stuff as well as lacking some things and material. You need a printer to print out photos. Different papers, stickers etc. The fun with scrapbooking is that you can use almost anything! Old buttons, old thread that you were going to throw away, old gift paper, bows, and so on. I am going to make a photo album with precious memories and people/animals who means a lot to me :)
#9: Ah, I see. 😁
It's wonderful, isn't it, to use stuff that holds personal value. 😊
Sounds great, and I'm sure I have plenty of old materials currently collecting dust that I could use if I do start.
Only need a printer first. 😉
"We're All Mad Here"
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
#10: yeah! 😊 I hope you will get a lot joy out of scrapbooking and as you said it yourself, it adds more value to use things you already own. Recycling sorta. So instead of throwing stuff away you repurpose them and they might carry memories as well :)
Please update us when you get a printer, would be lovely to watch your process 🥰