Every scrapbooker needs a good exit strategy.
And an entrance strategy.
What for? For those big overwhelming projects — such as vacation and travel scrapbooks — which most of us tend to procrastinate or never finish. Or both.
What’s funny is we’re almost always excited to scrapbook them. So why don’t we?
They require too much work!
It’s not all fun and games with a vacation album. It’s organization and planning, too. And making all the pages can take a long, long time.
In order to start, it helps to have an exit strategy so you know you’ll be able to easily finish it up and move on if you get bored.
Project Life Makes it Easy to Start that Big Vacation Album
- Project Life makes it easy to get all the photos in place, making the organization and planning part simple and fast.
- With all your photos viewable you feel much more motivated and excited to work on the project.
Project Life Allows for Exciting Scrapbook Layouts
- The D-ring album means you can insert as many standard scrapbook pages as you feel motivated to do. Bring on all those fun layers of product!
Project Life Makes it Easy to Finish that Big Vacation Album.
- When you’re tired of the album and ready to move on, you can complete whatever remains with the simple insert cards.
As someone who quickly gets tired of large projects, I’ve learned to start with an exit strategy so that you’d never know by looking at mine that I got bored and wanted to move on.
Do you have a big vacation or travel experience waiting for you?
Let Me Share My Process with You for Making a Vacation or Travel Scrapbook
I lived with Filipinos in the Philippines for over a year and collected lots of photos and life-changing stories. I know what it means to feel overwhelmed. But the process I’m using to put together a beautiful album is exciting, fun, and simple!
I shared this process in a video tutorial for the Paperclipping Members. Members can now find it in the Member’s Area and on iTunes.
If you’re not yet a member, CLICK HERE for info!