This week, let’s do a layout on your best/favorite feature! It’s a not-to-be-missed scrapbooking idea simply for the fact that many skipped over this or neglected to create it.
If you’ve always known what’s your best feature, flaunt it in a nice photo and create a scrapbook page around it. If you’re uncertain or have never really thought about it, now’s a great time to give yourself a loving look over and come up with your one irresistible feature. It doesn’t have to be on your face.
It could be your soft round hips, your smooth slender long fingers, your baby soft skin.
For me, I’ve chosen my smile to be my favorite feature. For a long time, I didn’t think I have any redeemable feature. I could invariably picked some fault with any feature till I had none to feel good about. That’s the awkward teenage and young adult years.
Now I’m a lot more forgiving and have learn to be more comfortable in my own skin. Of course, I’m not perfect, I don’t have model height and figure, flawless skin or naturally shiny straight hair, etc. But I am me and this is my body and I’m learning to accept it and feel good about what is. :-)
Here’s the affirmation I’ve read on Louise Hay’s “Power Thought Cards”…
I appreciate all that I do
I am good enough just as I am
I speak up for myself
I ask for what I want
I claim my power”
Supplies used: Cardstocks – Bazzill Basics, WorldWin and The Paper Company; Patterned papers – My Mind Eye’s “Deena’s Penny Lane” My Mind’s Eye’s “Confetti”, Luxe Design “Sugar Cookie Jill”, Basic Grey “Wassail Noel”, Adornit Carolee’s Creations “Way to Go”; Black Marker – Zig Memory System “Dotta-Riffic”; White pen – UniBall Signo Broad “White”; Black pen – Zig Memory System “Millennium”.