The weather is pants, its early and everyone else in my house is asleep.
So here I am back on the blog, I have no idea if anyone even reads these things anymore.
I’m going to revive it for a while and see what the interest is, I love instagram but its not ideal if I want to share something downloadable or printable.
Lets talk “documenting your stories” do you still do this on a regular basis and in what format ?
I will admit that my scrap booking has tailed right off, the most I have been doing over the last eighteen months is for design team commitments, classes and my Christmas album ( I even managed to complete 2017’s one, 2018’s still needs finishing)
For no apparent reason I don’t seem to be scrap booking because I want to, for the joy of it, as a creative outlet, if I’m honest its become a chore (Shocked Face !) This year I have reduced my design team commitments and I’m all about trying to get back to the point where what I produced gave me joy.
I know its February already but I have decided to start a photo pocket album to document my families stories this year. I do this every year and unfortunately most years I never finish, I lose momentum and again it becomes a chore.
This year I’m going with a different physical format 9×12, I still take take lots of photos as does my husband but I’m not just going to document all the daily repetitive minutiae just because it happened, that’s too much like a diary for me.
Whilst I’ve been pondering my story telling format and wasting time on instagram and pinterest looking at how everyone else is tackling their documenting methods, I designed some 3×4 cards and one 6×4 to use in my albums.
If you think that they might be useful for you please feel free to download them, please be kind and credit me as the designer if you do use them – thanks
To Download pick them up here