iPhone and scrapbooking

I have said it before and I’ll say it again. All those photos that you take with your phone are all the pictures of your everyday lives. Do you want to leave these photos just trapped in your phone or do you want to tell your story?

I want to share all my photos on my phone not just on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Instagram or whatever other site you share your photos too.

I want to share them in my scrapbook so when the family is hanging out and they want to reminisce we can because our story was told right down to the little details of why my child was wearing that cute outfit or how they made that huge mess in my kitchen. What about those photos that you take when your out and about doing things. You take those photos for a reason but those photos get lost when all you do with them is post them to whatever social media outlet your using.

I want to help you get those photos off your phone and into a quick scrapbooking layout. What can I do to help you? Let me know the comments and I will create a tutorial for you so that there will be no more guessing on what to do with those photos.


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  1. I take more photos with my iPhone than I ever thought I would. And I use many of them in my blogs and on my website. I love sharing them. I’m glad you’re helping others utilize their photos.
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  2. I have photos everywhere: on my phone, on FB, on computer files, on thumb drives–it’s driving me crazy. Help! What do I do??
    Amy recently posted..Everything that was old is new again: Romertopf cookingMy Profile

    • Hi Amy, my first advice if you want to get them in an album is to start from the most recent photos because those memories are still fresh in your mind. My next piece of advice to you is to get an app like shutterfly or printicular which will allow you to get your photos printed from your phone and can access your Instagram and Facebook photos. You can use shutterfly to get them shipped to you or use printicular to pick them up at a local Walgreens. The photos on your computer I highly recommend getting a software program like photoshop elements and organizing your photos. Use the software program and organize all those photos on your computer and thumb drive. Once they are organized you can start picking out the photos you would like to put into an album.

  3. Hey there, I am visiting from the UBC. I love how you are helping people save their memories through scrapbooking instead of those pictures staying on the phone. Well done.
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