Every year I have a goal and that is to print my photos.
It’s important to let your photos and your work live outside your hard drives. Sometimes it is simply to print snapshots of my family and keep my many scrapbooks up to date so that my kids can flip through the pages and relive their memories.
But I also love the idea of filling my house with my work and my children. So I set another goal when I moved into my new house three years ago which is to print photos that I can display on my walls each year. Here are some examples of those displays.
And because everyone loves some wall inspiration, here’s some favorites from fellow CM members:
Or printing small magnets from Sticky9 (https://sticky9.com/). Also a great Instagram resource.
If that wasn’t enough to get your photos off your hard drive and into your hands, here is a quick look at my super easy scrapbook. Just get a binder (I use We R Memory Keepers, get some 4×6 sleeves, or 12×12 for large scrapbook pages, and print a ton of photos in bulk. I love Persnickety Prints for this purpose. Then just fill up the pages. Easy peasy. I do this once every quarter!
And lastly, a few favorites from the #projectprint project on Instagram:
Who’s ready for a fun giveaway from CG Pro Prints?! Today they’re giving away a Picasso Grouping to one lucky person! Enter below.