Two years ago I shared a photo book created for my sons fifth birthday called “10 Things We Love About Casey“. He loved receiving the book and still cherishes it. He is at the age (seven years old) where he is curious … Continue reading
Our youngest child will be turning five next month and we noticed that her bedroom still had babyish decorations on the walls. She’s growing up so quickly (you know… four going on fourteen!) that it was finally time to make some new … Continue reading
A few months ago I wrote a post about using the Project Life style of memory keeping to organize all of my old, real (not digital) photos. (Read more about that post here.) I had 7 albums taking up too much … Continue reading
I love looking at all the incredible Project Life albums created be amazing designers and one thing I have noticed in common with all these albums are the gorgeous photos. I always say to myself, “I could have awesome Project … Continue reading
Last fall I was asked by a friend to make a baby book for her son and I jumped at the chance to design another photo book. Her son is now five and this wasn’t going to be just a … Continue reading
Jason’s aunt approached me a few months ago about making a photobook for her brother who was turning 80. I immediately pictured her handing over eighty years worth of old photos and me trying to figure out some kind of chronological order. … Continue reading
Now that the kids are no longer babies there haven’t been as many milestones to document, just the everyday moments. But last Friday Casey met a huge milestone – he lost his first tooth! We would have been more excited for him, … Continue reading
My favorite pages in my family albums are the ones that I have done about the crazy, weird, and funny things my kids say. I know I won’t remember these phrases in a couple of years, so I try to write them down every six months and incorporate them into my scrapbook page.
Even if you don’t scrapbook or keep your family albums up-to-date, I encourage you to at least write down the silly things they say because one day soon you will be thankful that you did.
More samples from Two Thousand and Twelve album here.