Print Your Photos for Your Memory Planner

Finished @heidiswapp Memory Planner Pages by @createoften

This coming weekend we celebrate memory keeping and what it means to us on International Scrapbooking Weekend! For me, it means documenting my every day. The small stories and the big ones. The everyday moments that I will never want to forget.

Finished @heidiswapp Memory Planner Pages by @createoften

Last month, my planner had plenty of photos and stories to tell. Mostly, I made sure I printed my photos!

Finished @heidiswapp Memory Planner Pages by @createoften

Here are some tips for printing and adding your photos to your planner!

  1. If you love to save money on prints, create a collage in  your phone and make miniature prints. You can watch how I did that here.

Finished @heidiswapp Memory Planner Pages by @createoften

2. If you don’t print your photos from home, download the Walgreens or Costco app on your phone. Upload photos from your phone and pick them up in an hour!

Finished @heidiswapp Memory Planner Pages by @createoften

3. Add photos to memorabilia! I love extra real estate.

Finished @heidiswapp Memory Planner Pages by @createoften

4. Create a collage by overlapping photos or adding them to a grid.

Finished @heidiswapp Memory Planner Pages by @createoften

5. Add pocket pages. On the right of this page, I have created a collage in a photo app. I then added my story on a card in the bottom pocket.

Finished @heidiswapp Memory Planner Pages by @createoften

However you decide to document your story, make sure to print your photos! There is nothing more meaningful than looking back on your everyday and being able to see those memories!

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