Monday, August 29, 2016

Episode 132: The Difficult Ones


This week, we're answering the question, "Which photos are hardest for you to scrap?" We'll discuss which categories of photos we dread and/or avoid and uncover ideas for documenting them

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Tiffany and Tracie


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5 comments:

  1. You can calibrate your Canon Selphy and also print from your computer's print dialog. Once I learned how to do this, it was a life-changer! I can email you the directions, if you'd like. It's not difficult to do, but it's too long to post here. I love my Selphy, but I didn't until I learned how to get colors that I was happy with. Oh, and you can also print 4x4 photos if you use your computer.

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  2. I saw this video in my Youtube feed today and couldn't help but think of what you both said about Christmas morning. I don't know if these parents scrapbook, but they definitely arranged their space and colours before Christmas morning. The tree, wall decoration, PJs, wrapping paper, all of it is coordinated and they did the kids hair before they came downstairs. https://youtu.be/KgdwEXFRQCk

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  3. I'm really curious about your layout with the Sesame street characters! Is there a way for you to share these?

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  4. I have photos sitting in my photo organizer of a) my youngest's birth and b) DH's big cancer surgery... that are stories that I've found too precious to commit to paper. Somehow writing them down (and I have repeatedly) seems arbitrary and to miss what I really want to say.

    And really what paper does justice to these giant life events?? LOL

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  5. loved this episode. Had to laugh when Tiffany talked about the ridiculous pictures they print for teachers and school staff. I have a stack of these as well, and I have them all in a file box. No intention of scrapbooking them, ever.

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