I’ve made no secret that I’m a huge fan of Artifact Uprising.
I love their products. I love their aesthetic. I love their commitment to the environment. I love their mission of making these images of our lives tangible.
I’ve made a handful of books with them (you can read a review I wrote here), and I feel like every time I make a new one, it’s officially my new favorite. Such is the case with a book featuring some of my favorite images from Aidan’s senior session with my dear friend, Margie Scherschligt.
This little book measures. 8.5 x 8.5 and is 40 pages in size. And I absolutely love it.
Artifact Uprising’s interface is easy to learn and you can simply upload your images and assign different page designs and images as you go.
Needless to say, this book will definitely be out at Aidan’s grad party coming in June.
(And yes, I said that so casually… grad party. As if I’m not sweating and freaking out that my baby is pretty much all grown up.)
Last December, however, I also decided to think out of the book, and I ordered a custom calendar for Dan for Christmas.
They come clipped onto a custom made wooden clipboard with a magnet on the back. The paper quality is so lush and heavy. It just speaks to my designer heart.
I love the way companies like Artifact Uprising are helping people like me take a different approach to saving memories through elegant design and personalization.
I’m proud to be one of the first affiliates for Artifact Uprising. I am hoping to bend their ear to the ways of the scrapbooker including larger sized books and other features that speak to memory keepers. While I do receive a small commission from the links in this post, I pay for my books because I truly love AU’s products and service. Stay tuned!