SNAP – Your Style

These are notes from the classes I took at SNAP and are obviously the things that stood out to me, things I want to implement, etc – check out their blog for more info on the sessions, better pictures, fun times, etc.

I took the class called Defining and Discovering Your style.  Again I’ll divide my notes by who on the panel was speaking.  Another jam-packed crowd for this one.

Ana White:
–Style – the way we something – BE YOURSELF (everyone else is taken)
–Passion is at the core of your blog
–What a better life for my family – so improve my home

Shelley Smith:
–Style is so different for everyone
–Find your craft story – how much will you share
–Pictures tell a story but they don’t tell a reality
–Confidence in your style – get inspired by your own creations (“A Cheerful Welcome”)
–Taking Risks
–My blog is my life – intertwined
–Spending $ to make $ – blogging can be expensive
–Step out of your comfort zone (HGTV)
–Inspire people – find who you are so you can inspire others
–Create positive spaces to lift each other up – use your voice for good

Emily – Decor Chick
–thrifty decor
–mix your styles (ex: modern and vintage)
–all in the details – moulding, beadboard, frame fabric
–decorate for you, not your audience – you live in your home, not them

Kate – Centsational Girl
–Style is the unique and confident expression
–Your home is your haven – express your personal style
–Eliminate what you don’t like
–Hone in on your personal style and express it confidently
–Map out your vision – home and blog
–Learn It, Do It, Share It
–Liveable and Relateable homes – a glimpse of real life
–Life on Display
–Styling and Photography

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  1. says

    Thanks so much for sharing everything you learned. Out of the hundereds of blogs that I follow who went, you are the only one sharing what they learned! Thanks a BUNCH! And I hope to see you there next year. :)

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