Posts Tagged ‘mojo blog series’

[weekly mojo series] December Daily

I’m sure you are all familiar with Ali Edwards’ December Daily albums, right? Ali’s been sharing this project with folks all over the internet for several years now, and there are tons of great paper and digital products that you can purchase to help you put together your own December Daily album. Of course, I’m […]

[weekly mojo series] Photo inspiration: Geninne Zlatkis

Every day, I stop by Geninne’s Art Blog and check out her most recent painting or sketch. I absolutely love her style, and recently she’s been using acrylics to paint her signature birds and flowers onto vintage photos. Check these images out — aren’t they amazing? (all photos property of Geninne Zlatkis) I would love […]

[Weekly Mojo Series] Displaying Your Favorite Photos

Just a quick eye candy post today — how about some fantastic ways to display your favorite photos in your home? (a variety of options for displaying your favorite Instagram photos from Elsie Larson) (I’ve always adored this large canvas, paired with an interesting crop.) (Just one of many awesome ideas for displaying family photos […]

[Weekly Mojo Series] All You Need to Know About Instagram

When it comes to using your smartphone to capture everyday moments, Apple wasn’t lying when they said, “There’s an app for that.” Photo apps abound, but by far, the most popular has to be Instagram. Part social network, part photo filtering application, this easy-to-use app lets you snap photos, add filters, and share with friends, […]

[Weekly Mojo Series] Photo Organization

Last week, I shared Laura Kurz‘ thought process on which photos to display or scrap versus which photos to put in storage, and this week’s post expands on that topic a bit. I came across a great article a few months ago in Real Simple, which focused on getting your photos off of your phone or camera […]

[Weekly Mojo Series] Spotlight: Laura Kurz

Occasionally I like to feature scrapbookers and photographers in this space who have what I think of as an authentic perspective on memory-keeping and living with photographs. Laura Kurz is a scrapper whose outlook on scrapbooking and its role in her life (and the lives of her family members) really resonates with me. Laura’s style […]

[Weekly Mojo Series] Tutorial: Cutout Text

Here in the South, we’re finishing up our final vacations of the summer season and getting ready to head back to school. As you get your vacation prints ordered, here’s another great idea to put panoramic or landscape photos to use in your home decor. I really love the look of these canvas projects; Amy […]