Friday, October 14, 2011

My Fourth Page


Slow, but steady progress in learning digital scrapbooking! I completed Lesson 32 in the Learn Digital Scrapbooking course this week. This is something I just work on from time to time; otherwise it would go a lot faster. So fun when I do take the time - am loving it more and more.

What would we do without photos? Our trip to Italy last month for our 40th Anniversary was so incredibly wonderful. Our photos help the memories live on, and hopefully, I can preserve these memories through digital scrapbooking. (In the meantime, I have put many of the photos in posts here on my blog - see sidebar for links to our Italy Trip posts.)

What do you do to preserve photos and memories? Any tips in digital scrapbooking?

Linking to In the Studio




7 comments:

  1. So pretty :) I like the frames a lot. I used to scrapbook with paper and such... and I have digital scrapbooking stuff, too but... it's been a very long time!

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  2. Beautiful photos, Cherry, and I like the digital scrapbooking, too. Would like to learn more abot it sometime.

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  3. The digital scrapbook looks amazing. I think that would be the only way to get me to scrapbook ever. I don't like scrapbooking, but I love photos! It would take me forever to organize them at this point.

    Thanks for sharing at Studio JRU today. =)

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  4. Still have to learn digital scrapbooking. When I travel I do the regular scrapbooking cause I like putting the brochures, maps, wrappers, dried flowers and odds and ends along with the photos. I love Italy too! So beautiful and I love the people! So warm, like the sun! Patsy from
    HeARTworks

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  5. Nice! digital scrap book sounds like a good idea

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  6. Great work. I love the picture of you two . . . adorable.

    Fondly,
    Glenda

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  7. Oh my goodness... these photos are so beautiful. Italy is on our dream places to visit! What a wonderful way to keep these memories. I have not done any digital scapping... but yours looks great! :) Thanks so much for joining us 'in the studio' and sharing!

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