Welcome to Day 24 of the series, FIND your FIT! (To return to the beginning, click here.)
Modern: meaning present day, au courant, or up-to-the-minute.
The scrapbooking of today doesn’t necessarily look like the scrapbooking of the past. Gone are the days of taking pictures with a camera containing film, waiting patiently for the prints to be processed while keeping our fingers crossed that they turned out ok. (There is an entire generation of kids who may have never seen a roll of film!) People are busier than ever and we are used to the instant gratification of digital cameras. Not everyone has the time to get crafty with paper and adhesive.
We take thousands of photos and many of them sit on our hard drives, memory cards, or phones. But, the truth of that matter is hard drives crash, memory cards go bad, and cell phones are lost or broken. While it is my hope that your pictures don’t get lost in a digital black hole, I understand that you may not have the time or the inclination to sit down to edit and print a million photos or create albums full of artsy pages.
So, here are some resources to help you preserve your memories without a paper trimmer: [Read more...]