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How to get and stay organized while acquiring scrapbooking info (journaling, notes, etc.)

As you begin working with your photos and albums, you’re likely to start taking all kinds of notes — notes about which photos you’ve organized, notes about the stories behind the photos, notes about memories the photos spark as you review them, and so much more. You might take a class and want to download …

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Scrapbooking for busy people - How to make it a hobby you can love AND maintain

Scrapbooking for busy people: How to make it a hobby you can love AND maintain

scrapbooking doesn’t have to be a chore — or something reserved for people who have tons of free time on her hands (because, honestly, who does?). This is something YOU can do, number one, because it will bring your heart joy, and number two, because you can use templates, a 20-minute plan and a habit tracker to work the hobby into your daily routine. So what do you say? Shall you get started?

Photo books vs. digital scrapbooks: What’s the difference?

No doubt, you’ve heard people talk about photo books. And chances are good that you’ve created one yourself. If so, you’re super-close to being a digital scrapbooker, whether you’ve realized it or not!

So what’s the difference between a photo book and a digital scrapbook-style album (or a “memory masterpiece,” as I like to call it)?

It’s the stories, and the importance we place on them — plus the artwork that we choose to accompany the photos and stories.

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 ways. Our From Screen to Hand blog series shows you how you can: [Part 1] print them as amazing hardbound books through a service like Heritage Makers, Blurb, Snapfish or …

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How to save, upload and print digital pages as hardbound albums (From Screen to Hand: Part 1)

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 …

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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 …

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