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Every season has a story Back to routine.  Back to photo management.  Every month I go through my photos and hit “delete”. Typically, this does happen every month but not this summer.  While trying to catch up, I ran across these photos from a last minute trip to Cape Spear, Newfoundland – only a twenty minute drive from my home. This story needed to be told right now. I jumped off the couch and got every rolling. In fact, I had already documented this story on a blog post.  All I had to do now was put the layout together. This time I started with the story.  I copy and pasted the story from the blog post onto an 8.5×11” canvas in Photoshop.  I hit print. I printed the photos with a border using my Canon Selphy printer knowing which photos I wanted where.  Note that the two vertical ones…

I was hot. I was sweaty. It was time to go in the cool basement where my craft room resides. I was uninspired. But anxious to document a story. I have been doing a lot of wedding projects lately and I haven’t been keeping up with my memory keeping.  “This is okay,” I tell myself. I hauled out a 12×12 piece of paper. I slapped some pictures on the page but didn’t feel the rush of creativity running through my veins. I was too lazy to take out a device to browse Pinterest. In fact, it’s more likely that I my bottom was stuck to the chair. We don’t have air conditioning. Blah. Blah. Baa humbug. But I started to flip through the All Year Long Project Life™ accessory kit by Stampin’ Up! Then, I found “the item.”  A silver foiled card, which was saying exactly what I wanted to…