Welcome to the Story Squad blog!
How to print your photo book or scrapbook layouts as individual pages for including in traditional albums (From Screen to Hand: Part 2)
Working on albums outside of a hardbound photo-book service like Shutterfly or Snapfish gives you the flexibility to enjoy your layouts in a variety of
If you’re loving the idea of using templates to create your own photo book or digital scrapbook layouts but aren’t sure how you go from
Shutterfly, Snapfish and other photo book companies include design software. Why do I need to use Photoshop?
Shutterfly, Snapfish, Artifact Uprising, Zno, mPix … the list goes on and on! Photo book companies are amazing! And without them, Story Squad would not
A note about older posts
Posts that are dated June 22, 2020, and before are posts I have imported from my old blogs. Please note that I have not taken the time to make sure they are all formatted to fit the current website design, nor have I reviewed each one to make sure all links to external pages are still in tact.
I decided to share the posts so viewers can see that, although Story Squad is new, my passion for photos and documenting family stories is not! I have been creating albums since I was a kid and have been doing so digitally since 2006. I have also been blogging on occasion since 2010-ish, I believe.
It just wasn’t until 2020 that I decided to really focus on sharing what I know about using photography, writing and design to capture and document family stories. That’s when Story Squad was born. You can read more about my passion here