I feel so bad that this is so late. I have had Diane's spotlight info for awhile, but dropped the ball on posting it.
So... This spotlight is shining on Diane! She loves to scrap about her grandchildren, and she has had several layouts made into canvas prints, and has made several photo books as well. I'm gonna let her introduce herself though:
Hi Everyone! My name is Diane Gass (belle33) and I am a retired kindergarten and first
Updated 04-13-2013 at 07:29 AM by Hummie
How do you keep track of what is needed to be scrapped?
Do you make a list of the layouts you need to scrap so as to not feel overwhelmed?
I do that sometimes, especially if it is a project, such as a Shutterfly book.
I do have a system on my harddrive in my folders for my camera images. I have one folder for each year, with a subfolder within entitled with an indiciation of "photos to be scrapped" Once I scrap the event, I move the photos out
Updated 04-13-2013 at 07:28 AM by Hummie
What time of day do you usually find time to scrap?
I scrap early in the morning before work and late at night--and any time I can find the time!
Updated 04-13-2013 at 07:26 AM by Hummie
Who is gonna admit that they are guilty of wasting time cruising the internet, rather than getting your hobby accomplished?
Go away......now....and get something done!
------- --but don't be gone too long!
Share what things you do to focus and avoid the distractions of the internet.
Updated 04-13-2013 at 07:20 AM by Hummie