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2013 Fall Get Organized Challenge. Challenge #4, Continued… Memorabilia, Journaling Notes and Creating a “Holding Album”. Start Where You Are!. Goals for the Webinar. Make it easy to find Journaling Notes and Memorabilia Adding Journaling and Memorabilia to your Digital Photos

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2013 Fall Get Organized Challenge

Challenge #4, Continued…

Memorabilia, Journaling Notes and

Creating a “Holding Album”

Start WhereYou Are!

Goals for the Webinar

  • Make it easy to find Journaling Notes and Memorabilia

  • Adding Journaling and Memorabilia to your Digital Photos

  • Learn to create a “Holding Album” for maximum efficiency.

Step 1 - Gather

  • Gather your memorabilia together in one spot.

  • Gather your sorting guides/templates from the photo challenge.

  • Put up a family timeline or have your calendars at hand.

Step 2 – MemorabiliaChoose your storage system

  • Use a file folder

  • Use oversized manila envelopes

  • Use the flat 12x12 boxes you’ve emptied during the sorting process.

  • Scan it and add it to your Digital Photos file

Step 3 – Sort and Label

  • Add sticky note labels to your file folders, manila envelopes or plastic boxes and put them in chronological orderor use your photo sorting guides from last week.

  • Sort memorabilia into piles or “containers” by event.

  • Info to include: Event Name, Date, Location of Pictures (physical and/or digital), Location of Journaling Notes – type something up and print it off. The prompts will help.

  • File or Store (if boxes) chronologically.

Step 4 Creating a Holding Album

  • What is a “Holding Album”

  • What supplies do you need to create one?

  • How do you organize it?

  • Tips on how to keep track of multiple albums.

A Holding Album provides a place for everything you need in one easy to access “book”.

For creating multiple albums; Family, Grandparents, Individual Children – use a chart to reference main events and number of layouts.

Sort pictures into “pockets” as actual layouts – I use 6 pictures per 12x12 page as my guide. Add a label indicating the album and the number of layouts you are planning.

Add a mini sketch sheet to your holding album.

  • Download Jill Cooper’s template or create your own.

  • An easy way to keep your ideas with your photos.

  • Jill’s check boxes make it easy to remember exactly where you are in the process.

Use pocket pages to hold all of your memorabilia.

12x12 pocket pages work great for adding any “special” products you’ve purchased to go with your pictures and memorabilia.

Use “Sticky Notes” to tag each “event” in your holding album.

Put your chart in the front of the Spinder. When you complete each layout your can cross it off the list. You’ll know you’re done with all of the albums when your pockets are empty. Then you can reload the pockets and start again. You can store your “holding album” spinder in your TravelPack.

Benefits of Using a Holding Album

  • Ease of access

  • No duplication of handling materials

  • Easy to go to a crop or scrap at home

  • Perfect when shopping for coordinating products.

  • You don’t have to rely on your memory for multiple-albums with similar layouts.

This week’s challenge, Cont.

  • Sort your memorabilia into a Filing or Storage System.

  • Label memorabilia with location of coordinating pictures and journaling notes.

  • Create an on-line Journal on your “desktop” so you can easily add to it. If you use a smart phone, include the journal in your “sync” function so you can add notes using your phone.

  • Start a “Holding Album” for your next or current Scrapping project.

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