Getting Ready to Scrapbook Photos

I recently went to a crop and got a few pages completed. It was quick because I had the pictures printed ahead of time and pulled the paper that I needed to do the layouts. Even used a 60% off coupon to print the photos at Walgreens. Very successful all-around!

Snapfish App

Keep photos organized after each event. I upload my photos from my photo to Snapfish using their app. Don’t print your photos until you are ready to scrapbook them!

Existing Pages?!

Refer back to your albums to see where you left off from the last time you scrapbooked. No one wants duplicate pages! This will remind you of the pages that you have completed.

Order Prints

I normally order prints from Snapfish, Walgreens, or print them at home. There was a coupon for Walgreens, so I downloaded just the photos that I wanted from Snapfish, and uploaded to Walgreens and used their 60% off coupon.

Packing for My Crop

I pulled the themed paper from my stash knowing that I needed Halloween, Family/Baby, Crafting, and Home 12×12 papers. Just needed glue, solid cardstock, and my pictures! Not sure why the car looked like this! Haha!! Hey, there we two of staying for 4 days. Needed the comforts of home — pillow, fan, and all our scrapbooking and cardmaking supplies!