Every year, you take photos by the thousands and rarely do anything more than storing them on the computer. For decades, scrapbooking has been the solution to the picture accumulation problem, but it has also been a curse. Scrapbooking is too crafty or too time-consuming. It doesn’t have to be that way.
With summer behind you, take a look at that camera roll on your phone or your memory card. In a few short weeks, you can create a family treasure that captures your memories and preserves your family history. If you’d rather tackle your photo flood taking over your home from the past 30 years, you too can solve your photo overload.
The Power Scrapbooking Boot Camp is perfect for those who have tried scrapbooking and lost their fire. Also ideal for beginning scrapbookers who know how to drag and drop using any computer service!
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I’ll show you my amazing speedy scrapbooking methods, which also tames your clutter and organizes your photos at the same time! As I walk through the Power Scrapbooking steps, ask questions in the Chat feature with Hack Genealogist, Thomas MacEntee moderating the feed! I’ll answer your questions live during each webinar session.
SESSION I: I Feel the Need for Speed: Power Scrapbooking Principles
Before you learned to type, you needed to learn your alphabet and how to make words. In Power Scrapbooking, you have to prepare to assemble your pages before you can become the ultimate human assembly line in memory-keeping page creation. The first portion of our boot camp will teach you the Power Scrapbooking steps that help you leave the start line at breakneck speeds.
SESSION II: Let’s Get Digital: Creating Scrapbooks at Mixbook or with Photoshop Elements
Power Scrapbooking relies upon digital scrapbooking. Nothing beats the speed of using the computer to combine your photos and stories together. This portion of the boot camp will demonstrate how to power through creating a summer-themed scrapbook using Mixbook.com’s online design service. And we will close out the webinar with a demonstration of using Photoshop Elements for those with more customized needs.
9 September 201710:00 am – 1:30 pm (CST)