I’m not sure where I have been but apparently it’s under a rock. There is this great new app called 1 second everyday and I am very intrigued by this entire concept. My plan is to stick with from today till the end of the month and then I will report back to you. The concept is that you take a 1 second video everyday and at the end of the year you will have these little moments that document your life. If you are as intrigued as I am check out this video and it explains everything. Let me know in the comments if you are going to give this a try.
The times have changed since the last time I have written a post all about the best apps to use for project life. Now its time for me to let you know what apps I think are the best to use and why I think this. There are tons of apps that you can use to create your own cards and get your photos scrapped quickly and easily but the same rule applies to iPhone scrapbooking that applies to good old paper scrapbooking, meaning the more apps you have the longer it will take for you to complete a layout.
My current go to apps for Scrapbooking with my iPhone these days are:
Phonto – this app is for adding text or embellishments to my photos or if I am making my own journal cards. I prefer Phonto over Letterglow just for my own personal preferences. You can import your own fonts into the app as well as your own embellishments.
Rhonna Designs – this is a great app for adding embellishments to your photos or creating your own journal cards. I also love using it to create my own wallpaper for my iPhone. There are a ton of free embellishments but I won’t lie and tell you that I have never bought extra packs because I have!
Little Hoots – I recently found this app and I have to say that I am very pleased with it. I mostly use it for my daughter because she is saying cute things all the time that I want to remember and this app gives me the ability to create a little journal card with her quotes.
Letterglow – this app does the same thing that Phonto does. You can add your own embellishments to your photos or journal cards that you have made. You can add text to your photos or create journal cards with the app. There is a decent amount of free fonts that you can use with the app and you can import your own fonts into the app.
A Beautiful Mess – another great app for adding embellishments to your photos or journal cards that you have made. I don’t generally use the app to add text to things because I find it cumbersome. I prefer to use Phonto or Letterglow for adding text to my photos.
Project Life – last but not least but the app that can help you pull it altogether and create layouts is the project life app. I have created several videos that can help you get scrappy using the project life app and the apps that I have mentioned above. You can access the entire project life app playlist by clicking here.
Now these apps are just for actually scrapbooking with my iPhone and I use other apps to edit my photos when the regular iPhone edits are just not good enough. What are your favorite apps to use for scrapbooking with your phone?
Welcome to the blog hop if I am your first stop then you are going to want to check out the other ladies and leave a comment so that you can be entered for your chance to win a free bundle. Make sure you leave a comment on each post to be entered, you can see all the participants in the blog hop at the bottom of this post!
Now lets talk about scrapping those photos that you take with your iPhone all the time. I have been sharing a project life app process video for the past few weeks and if you have missed any of them you can see the first process video by clicking here. This series is going to teach you how to scrap quickly and easily with your phone and how to get a layout done in five to ten minutes which is all the time you have sometimes during the holiday season.
I also highly suggest that you grab the get it all done holiday checklist to help you get ready for the holidays, I don’t know about you but those last two weeks before Christmas seem to fly by! All you have to do is click here to get the free checklist so that you can start getting ready for the holidays.
So are you ready for this weeks process video with the project life app so that you can get your photos scrapped quickly and easily. That is the name of the game right? To get your photos scrapped so that you can enjoy them and preserve your memories. This weeks video is sharing how to incorporate Phonto and Snapbook into your project life layouts.
I want to share with you that there are millions of apps available in the app store and before you know you it, you can get overwhelmed and never get a photo scrapped because you have so many choices. For this very reason I don’t use a ton of apps to get my layouts completed in the project life app. I use a few apps all the time and more often than not I only use the project life app to complete a layout.
I will share with you that the Snapbook is cool but I don’t use it often. I do use the Phonto app a ton because I can add my own embellishments to photos and I can add my own fonts to the app. I think Phonto is a great way to add titles or journaling directly onto your photos before you put them in the project life app and lets not forget that the app is free.
There are 14 other amazing Christmas products to get you ready for the holidays, NOW! 😀 There is a large variety of different classes, patterns, scrapbooking products, calendars and more! You can grab the bundle by clicking here and get ready for the holidays!
How would you like to win one of the bundles? Just leave me a comment below telling me how you scrap your phone photos. A winner will be chosen at random from all the comments left on participating blogs’ posts. Comments will close at 9:00 PM EST on July 10th. That’s today, so don’t wait!!
6. Beth Soler – Scrap those phone photos quickly and easily (you are here)