Posts Tagged ‘memory keeping’

Orphaned Photos — Give them a Home

Do you ever print out five photos for a layout and only use four? Do you have a place you throw those extra photos? Do you have a box of those random photos? Maybe its a whole desk drawer. I have tons of leftover photos — whether its from Project Life spreads, extra mini-album photos, […]

Pack Up Project Life for the Road!

Do you ever feel like taking some of your Project Life supplies with you on a day trip or while you’re on vacation? As I was packing for a recent trip, I realized that I really wanted to work on Project Life while I was away, but I didn’t want to pack ALL of my […]

My Project Life

We just completed our first ever hands-on ™Project Life workshop. It was inspiring for me to learn what approach others take to document and record their everyday lives. There is no right or wrong way when it comes to memory keeping. My classes are NOT a place for people to come together and “compare”, but […]

[Weekly Mojo Series] Take Twelve

There are lots of great photography challenges floating around the internet. Some ask you to take a photo a day, others give you a theme for the month. Still others have you focus on capturing one photo of your family each month. The one I’m playing along with is Take 12 (I’m particularly drawn to […]