Ok, this BLOGtober series is supposed to be about fall, but bear with me just a minute. Fall is the perfect time to look back on your summer adventures. And what better way to do that than creating a wonderful memory book? I'm not a scrapbooker, and I almost regretted starting this project after the first page. But once I got started I was pleased that I did.
One of my goals this year was to scrapbook our photos instead of just let them float in nebulous Internet land. This is my attempt at that. I like to have pictures that the kids can look through, things we can leave out. I don't like being so tied to technology anyway. This helps with that.
We had a very eventful summer and I wanted to capture all of its (good) moments so that we could look back and see that, yes, even through the absolute chaos we had a good time! It will remind my family and me how wonderful the summer was. I swear it wasn't all horrible!
Don't my kids look so cool! Funny, but I think they pull it off.
I'm not sure if I'll do another book like this once this one is done, but it was a good challenge to my imagination and I think it's looking good so far.
So tell me, do you print pictures anymore? I stopped for a while. Then I made photo books using Walmart's online photo service. Now, I'm trying it the old fashioned way. What do you do?
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