Today's memory keeping/scrapbooking project is a 12 x 12 page with an 8 x 10 photo used in combination with the Project Life by Stampin' Up! Card Collection, Moments Like These. As you'll hear in the video, I am determined to preserve these (many) 8 x 10 photos of our girls in albums rather than have so many frames. I know they'll appreciate having it all in one place as well.
Incorporating stamps and ink in memory keeping is easy to do and doesn't have to be time consuming or elaborate. For me, the time it took for traditional scrapbooking resulted in getting very little accomplished and a feeling of defeat and being behind.
No more. There is no right or wrong. However you or I choose to preserve "our story" is the right way and will bring joy now and to future generations.
You can read a little more about this method of memory keeping HERE.
Today's video will give you a few tips for preserving these larger photos. You'll see the process so thanks in advance for sticking with me through video!
Here are some of the supplies mentioned and used in today's video...
Using Project Life by Stampin' Up! has transformed my memory keeping! Where it used to take hours and hours to create one 12 x 12 page layout, one can be completed in a few minutes. Probably the most time consuming is the journaling but it's also very important. Just record the dates, the who, the what, and/or your memories. I promise you, it will be a treasure to your loved ones.
If you enjoyed today's video and post, please let me know in the comment section below. Thanks for tuning in today for these memory keeping/scrapbooking tips and have a great weekend!