10 Projects to Capture Your Summer

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Easy Photo Projects to Capture Your Summer Adventures - Campfire Chic
Summer isn’t quite over yet, but I’m looking at the ever-growing list of photos that I need to order and can’t help but think that ordering a few extra sets for a small project or two many not be such a terrible idea. While I already have my Project Life album going, capturing some of our summer memories in a different way seems like a good idea — I’ll be able to tell more of the stories, share some of the “stuff” that didn’t make it into my binder, and I can use the min-project as an excuse to try some new techniques out.

10 Memory-Keeping Projects to Capture Your Summer

If you’re doing some traveling this summer/fall, I’m going to suggest checking out TravelScrap HQ by Amy of Lemon & Raspberry. Amy loves documenting her travels and sharing her albums so she created this site dedicated to all things travel scrapbooking! You can read more about TravelScrap HQ in her announcement post and find out how you can submit to her site here.

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  • Meg August 13, 2014, 5:37 am

    I recently started project live – mostly inspired by you and it’s helping me document many of my summer photos! I started it with my trip to San Diego in January. Quick question, do you still use Studio Calico? I bought a big project life kit (75%off!) to get started but don’t really love how repetitive it is and then you need to get embellishments on top of it. I’m thinking the description for at least a year will really expand my stash and keep it interesting – do you recommend?


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