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  It doesn't seem like that long ago (although it has been well over a decade since digital photos became more common than film) that I would take my film to the store and anxiously wait for the pictures to be developed. Once one hour printing was an option I ALWAYS paid extra to get it done in an hour because I am impatient! Things are much better now that I can see the pictures immediately on my phone or digital camera. I have recently started learning more about photo editing and now I am impatient to get the pictures on my computer and start editing! One of the benefits of digital photography is that you do not have to get all the pictures you take printed just to see what you have. Now you can choose only the...
Are you considering making the trip to Memory Lane Inn in Tyler, Texas? We know you want to spend hours upon hours scrapbooking and crafting in the historic downtown estate. But, do you also want to get out and experience some of the local sights and culture? If so, the spring is a wonderful time to plan your trip to Memory Lane Inn’s Tyler location!   This year is Tyler’s 57th Annual Azalea and Springtime Flower Trail. The Azalea Trail is eight miles of beautiful flowers and homes in the historic district of Tyler. Along the trail, you will see private homes with meticulously kept gardens full of mature Azaleas and other springtime blooms. You can take a break from scrapbooking and walk part of the trail or pay for a shuttle ri...
Secrets of a Savvy Scrapper:  Scrapbook Deal A Day Sites Hi again! It's Gabrielle from the blog From Watson with Love, and today I want to talk to you about saving money on scrapbook supplies. A few months ago I shared a post about how I plan, prep, and pack for a retreat or crop, and on my personal blog, I've often talked about how I save money by building my own scrapbook kits and of course, couponing (I'm kind of an amateur coupon queen, or at least I like to think so...). As of late, my stash is getting pretty thin, and it's probably time to buy some new paper, thickers, washi tape, embellishments and maybe even some scrappy tools. I'm not a scrapbook supply hoarder by any means.  Scrappers that know me on a personal level, know that I get rid of stuff pretty frequently.  When my ...