Hi Ladies,I have a good yet controversial question to you. This is more like a survey to me.I am new to paper craft (not one year yet) and lately I've scrapbook more (more like new year resolution)…Continue
"I file all my layouts in chronological order. Many photos I also scrap in chronological order, but not the ones I am doing to meet this challenge and some other challenges. I have some books where I am putting layouts I did just for challenges, I…"
"I put my LO's in chronological order by the date in which the pictures were taken. I usually scrap in chronological order. If I do scrap something out of order, I have a box that I keep the layouts in and then add an index card in…"
"I'm relatively new to the craft, also, I believed at first all the organization would work grandly by keeping a strictly chronological order. That notion was quickly dismissed, except when documenting a well-recorded year.
"Well, you don't want any advice from me because I've got about a six-foot stack of layouts that aren't in albums, but eventually I plan to put them in the themed albums that I started but never finished, for example:
One for each…"
Initially I started with one album and cropped in chronological order. It works great, if you have one child. Then we had another and another... then I became interested in genealogy and art photography...
This is what I do, it is a combination of theme and the date layouts were scrapped:
I have three albums going all the time: one for my heritage and childhood layouts, one for my little boy's layouts, and one for layouts about all…"