Scrapbook Your Year launched last week. If you haven’t heard about it—and if you follow me at all that would seem next to impossible seeing how I have PIMPED THE LIVING HELL out of it—you’ll know it’s my new course all about how to document your year by the month in 30 photos—more or less—at a time.
I want to start sharing my 2016 pages with you, because a) this is primarily a blog about scrapbooking, and b) it gives me something to post about that is scrapbook-related. (See how that works?) Plus, I hope to show you how I’ve truly taken the crap out of a year long memory keeping project.
That said, I’m also going to be tackling older years for which I have digital photos but no albums. I will totally share the progress on those albums as well, though I am going to try and finish some and share the actual, printed results. For now, here are my pages for February, which I made in about an hour and a half from choosing photos to saving the final JPEG files.
Number of photos taken in February: 401
Number of photos used for these pages: 25
Yes. I did manage to work in a shot of my teenaged boy. Victory is mine!
There is a wall in Minneapolis on the side of the I Like You store. Best place for photos ever. If you’re ever in town…just sayin’.
Hello. My name is Cathy Z. and I have a problem with lime-flavored LaCroix.
And that’s it. One month. Super simple. Easy design. Done. If you missed my January pages, click here: January 2016 pages
I’ll be sharing my months in the coming weeks here on the blog, as well as some of the back years I plan on doing, starting with 2011. This system of getting organized makes it so easy to go back and knock out pages for years when this type of project wasn’t even on my radar.
JOIN ME AND SAVE 10% THROUGH AUGUST 15th: Scrapbook Your Year is on sale for 10% off as an introductory price. Register today, save money and get started scrapbooking your year with me! We’ve got students already signed up and sharing in our class Facebook group. I’d love to have you in class!