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I have a lot of memoriablia that I saved to get scrapped, so I separated it all into piles. I'm going to start scrapping it, then decide which pictures to print. Most & I mean 95% of my pictures are on disk, does that sound like a good plan? Or should I print pictures first?
i think that sounds like a great plan, i always forget about memorabilia i want to use when i do my pages and then can't fit it on the page anywhere, i can't wait to see what you do with it. I would print out extra pictures though. Like Alycia said, a lot of us have a hard time making a page with out the printed pictures, but Alycia is great at it, she has a good eye and her picture always matches the page.
Thanks. I'm getting things ready to scrap on Friday at my up lines house. I am going to try to use my power layout box so that I can be really prepared. If I have time before friday I will up load to walgreens & print some pictures before I go. My goal is to get 6 pages done in 6 hours. Not having done this is a really long time. I think I'll be happy with 3. Lol
I found out this weekend that I really need to have the photos first or accessible anyway. I was working on one of the challenges and came up with a cool layout (I think so anyway), but I couldn't find a picture that I thought was good enough. I am too picky.
i also need the pictures, sometimes i will have the computer screen open on the picture i want to use if i don't have it printed and i use a blank 4x6 piece of paper as the photo so i can visualize overlapping embellishments and what not