As I create more & more simple scrapbook pages with a big emphasis on the photos & words, I am more & more interested in improving my photography skills. ‘Cause honestly, they’re not that great. Some photos are amazing. Most are so-so. And because I don̵
Are you inspired to tell the stories of your family’s favourite getaway? Would you love to share the story behind a local landmark? Telling stories about your childhood home, your town, and your travels can be complex, if y
(Read Katrina Kennedy’s companion post, 7 Tips for Better Everyday Photographs with Any Camera) Do you ever compare your photos to other peoples and wonder what you are doing wrong? The answer may be simpler than you think. Are you editing your photos? I’m not talking about extr
(Read Katrina Kennedy’s companion post, 7 Simple Edits for Better Everyday Photographs) Do you look at other people’s photos and ask yourself, “What are they doing to create such beautiful images?” If you study their photos a bit longer, you may notice some common elements in gr
Before we get into the ideas. 🙂 I committed to a digital version of Project Shoebox and I want to hold myself accountable for that commitment. Last month I tackled one folder (my 2009 “unsorted” pics), just like I promised. I made it halfway through the folder (yay!) and I
I am a memory keeper and storyteller, as well as an independent consultant for Usborne Books & More. I also love reading & writing, & I dabble in a bit of flower gardening. I love to share all parts of my life here on the blog, including my two wonderful kiddos, so you'll find a lot about scrapbooking mixed in with books and autism and motherhood and parenting.