Friday, February 22, 2013

February Blog Hop

Hi and welcome to our February Hop, "Preserving the Moments, Not only the events!"

Project Life Blog Hop for our Project Life Connection Group “Project Everyday Blessings”

We are committed to sharing with you each month where we are with our Project Life System, Albums & Techniques.

Its our hope that we will inspire you to capture memories and record them.

If you missed the full line up here it is:

Katina Martinez {Loving Life's Little Blessings} 

Wendy Cranford {Luvin' Stampin' Up}

Cynthia Atkins Cindi Atkins {scrapinoma}

Melissa Amick {1 Pirate & 2 Princesses}

Melissa Miller {Living Life Creatively & With Twins}

EE Wang Kachinski

Dionne Carter

If you came from: 1 Pirate & 2 Princesses – You are on the right track

Here is my Project Life for this Month:

I actually don't have anything from my Project Life to share with you this month. It has been crazy around my house. We have been digging ourselves out of the snow about every 4 days and I had parent/teacher conferences this week. Since our theme this month is pictures, I thought that I would share a few things with you regarding how I deal with my photos.

Step 1: Download them from my cameras, phones, iPad, iPod or anything else that can take pictures. These go into a folder that is marked with the week number, and dates, in the 2013 folder on my computer.
Step 2: Decide which photos to upload for printing. I don't have a fancy printer, so I upload and print my photos to Walgreens. The quality has been great so far, and they even have a printing deal each week. On Saturdays I download my pictures and print them so that I can pick them up on Sunday.
Step 3: Place in photo pockets. I layout my pictures and stick them into the photo pocket for the corresponding day of the week. Sometimes there is a blank space, for a day that I didn't take a photo, but I leave it for now. This allows me to set my Project Life aside and still be able to know where the photos should approximately go.

Note: Sometimes I take a date roller stamp and stamp the date on the back of the photo using StazOn ink. This has been particularly helpful when I have been printing lots of picutres, like a whole month's worth, and storing them in a safe place.

That's it for me this month!

Please hop to – EE Wang Kachinski 

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1 comment:

  1. Snow - I can't even imagine it! I live in Texas where 50 is considered cold!

    P.S. just my opinion, but having a cursive font in the body of your blog text really makes it hard to read...have you thought about changing it to a simpler font?