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 the screen to print — we’ve got you covered! Blog Series: From Screen to Hand Part 1: How to save, upload and print digital pages as hardbound albums (That’s this
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 be possible. We need companies like these in order to print our memory masterpieces, whether they be photo books or digital scrapbooks or something in between. But while their ability to produce
I have been silent here for awhile now. It wasn’t for lack of desire to share, but more about the desire to spend as much time as possible enjoying time with my family while all five of us were still under the same roof day in and day out. We had Gabe’s graduation open house
We have decided to go ahead and have an in-person open house for Gabe, after all, but I started this blog to share his albums, and I will finish! 🙂 We have plenty of family out of town and out of state, who won’t be able to attend, anyway. So hopefully this blog will still
Six Months to One Year Old Ready for some more adorable baby pics of Gabe? Oy, I love looking back at these times when he was just a little guy (relatively speaking, anyway!). I can remember sitting on the floor in our living room at our old house, when I took the picture of Gabe,
Looking for some baby pictures of Gabe? This is a great place to start! Here is a video of the second volume of his life album, covering the first six months of his life or so. As always, if you’re just here for the pics and don’t care about the commentary, please feel free to
So far, I have only shared digital scrapbook layouts that I have created for Gabe over the years — but I scrapbooked most of his youngest years in paper form. These layouts are housed in bulky albums with individual pages covered with page protectors. This format makes them a bit of a pain to share
From the time he was able to walk, I was convinced I wouldn’t be able to keep this child alive until kindergarten. Gabe is fearless. So it’s a small miracle that we only had to deal with one broken bone during his childhood — and it was relatively minor. The story he told us —
I love having some of Gabe’s biggest school and sports memories documented in his scrapbooks, but my favorite photos (and therefore, my favorite layouts) are often ones of him just living life. These are the pictures of fishing excursions, crazy faces he made, hiding under a mound of stuffed animals and more. They capture the
Right now, people all over the world are feeling the heart-wrenching pain of having loved ones in the hospital. Making it much worse is the fact that the people in the hospital are often alone, because visitors are being kept at bay to control the spread of coronavirus. When our younger son (he’s 6) came
One of my favorite ways to capture the life of one of my kids as a student is to chaperone field trips. The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis has always been one of my kids’ favorite places to visit, but when they get to go with a classroom full of friends, it’s even more enjoyable!