Now, what to do with all these memories?

As we pass through Christmas, New Years, and the summer holidays you no doubt have a collection of fantastic photos of your friends and family that you want to hang on to. Will you get them printed? Will you load them to your computer? Or maybe they will stay on your camera for the next 12 months.

Wouldn’t you rather these memories be easily accessible for when you feel like sharing them or simply looking back over them? Not sure how to go about this? Here are some ideas!

Printed album; get someone else to do the hard work for you. Hard cover with your own photo or linen covers. A printed album looks just like a professional book – click here for an idea on cost and what is involved.

scrapbooking


Maybe do this across the back classroom wall. A place to clip photos and pictures of and from the studentsFramed photos
; have your favourite photos printed and arrange them on your wall to enjoy all year round. For some ideas on how to hang them or styles of hanging photos click here.

 

 

Scrapbooking; If you enjoy a bit of crafty creativity why not start a scrapbook. Basically its a decorated photo album that also preserves the stories behind the photos (called journaling), it can also hold memorabilia (tickets, certificates, letters, etc.). You might have a family album as well as smaller theme albums for vacations, home improvement or a baby’s first year. Some scrapbookers create an album for each family member. For some idea for scrapbooking click here.

#papercraft #Scrapbook #layout.  Cute flip photos idea on this page using washi tape  the WRMK Tab Punch How to Scan, Store, Edit and Restore Your Old Photos ~ Great tips and a step-by-step Tutorial on DIY heritage photo restoration!

It doesn't matter about money, or fast cars, or who slagged you off. What matters is the little things in life, the flowers, the animals, the sunset and the friends.

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About Kathryn

Hello and welcome to the Brick Road Creative Studios blog! My name is Kathryn, feel free to take a look around. I hope you find some helpful and inspiring bits and pieces here.
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