Thursday, January 28, 2010

scrapboxing... Darcy Miller style

The idea of scrapbooks always appealed to me, however the act of scrapbooking.. uggh, I instantly envision boxes of dried out stamp pads, colored papers that have been half cut into.. we're back to the nightmare of boxes of STUFF. See I'm a creative type but also mildly neat freak type A (mildly).. the combination is tricky.. Anyhoo.. I like this idea of "scrapboxing" a lot!
It it is a little less committal than a whole book of memories and there is a bonus, art for your home that tells a personal story.. Win Win.
Darcy Miller, the editorial director of Martha Stewart Wedding recently had an art exhibit of her "scrapboxing" in Manhattan called "Family" that was featured in the February issue of Martha Stewart Living. Read about it here.


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