I haven’t met Sasha yet- but I love her style combined with her amazing way of journaling. Maybe one day we will meet :)
1. What do you do to get into your creative zone?
Usually I just put on some music and or start cleaning up my scrap space. I like to print pictures and then have them all sorted out and from there I can decide what papers I want to use. Or sometime no pictures work for me as well.
2. Do you ever create hidden meanings or messages in your work?
If I am scrapbooking about my past I usually just put it all out there. I have tried to do that in art journaling but then I figure I want people to see what I feel I want them to read it. I usually do not hide anything which for me makes me feel like I am truly being honest about what I am creating and how I feel at that moment or what is on my mind.
3. If your creative work were edible, what would it taste like?
4. What is your favorite creation?
My favorite creation was the first layout I did in 2011 and a layout I did in the hotel room “Simply Our Boys” when we first moved to England. Of course I had to use my favorite manufacturers and washi tape around the layout is my new love for finishing off layouts.
5. What is your biggest creative success so far and why?
My biggest success so far was guest designing for some of my favorite manufacturers like Making Memories, Jillibean Soup, Hambly Screen Prints, October Afternoon and for Pink Paislee in June. I have been published and I never ever thought I would ever see any of my work in print so that was a very humbling experience and amazing feeling all in one. Two of my favorite publications are below
Thanks Sasha :)