Does Studio U inspire you, give you new ideas, get your brain thinking of things to try? We hope so! This month we looked at templates and ideas for using your vacation and sport photos. If you missed class, you can watch the recording or keep reading for a brief recap.
The colors and patterns in Red, White, & Beautiful by Katie Pertiet lend itself to work with several solid color cardstocks and other collections. Today we’ll explore a few options.
Today I’d like to tell you about one of my favorite charitable organizations, My Story Matters.
Life can get pretty busy, wouldn’t you say? The last thing you want is to be on hold waiting for a Customer Service agent to give you information you can find online yourself! To help you out, we have gathered five of the most common questions asked by Heritage Makers customers and provided the answers. read more …
Most days I’m all about getting things done, including scrapbooking. But I also have times when it is fun to slow down and be creative, change things up a bit. That was the case when I created these borders and journal cards using the Red, White, & Beautiful by Katie Pertiet collection.
I don’t generally believe fear is a good way (or the right way) to motivate people. But if a danger is real, then it’s got to be appropriate to provide some warning.
So here it is: your digital photos are at risk for loss. This isn’t a fanatical opinion; it’s simply true. And as I see it, it’s the number one reason to print your favorite photos today!
Dad, Pop, Father, Daddy, Old Man. Whatever you call your dad, his special day is just around the corner and we’ve got a few ideas you can use to make him feel special.
You’ve taken the photos and created a beautiful page to showcase the photos. And now you need to add your journaling – those memories that tell the story behind the photos. Your mind is blank. You start to sweat. Doing the dishes or laundry sounds like a good idea – you can always add the journaling later. Is this you? It certainly is me. Yes, I can add the date and list the people in the photos, but when it comes to clever prose that conveys the emotions of the memory, I get stuck. When this happens to me, I turn to the world wide web and the plethora of ideas for recording just the right words.
It’s time for another Instagram photo contest! The theme is #YGYgifts, and the contest will run for four weeks. Post pictures of memory keeping projects you have received or plan to give as gifts. Add the contest hashtag in your photo’s caption, and you’ll be set to go!