reimer wrote:You are behind by who's standards. There are no rules. We are our own worst critic in everything we do.
Your not slacking your taking a break.
And don't scrapbook for other people scrapbook for you.
Do you like looking at your books and if so then you are you audience.
Take a deep breath and fall behind. But don't stop taking pics. You'll regret not taking pics more so than not scrapbooking.
megmay8 wrote:Here's a few suggestions:
*Don't force yourself to scrap every picture. Choose the best photos from each occasion or event and put the rest in photo albums.
*Try printing your photos as wallets so that you can fit more photos per page.
*Don't feel obligated to scrap in chronological order if it doesn't work for you. for some people this works, but others might feel constantly behind which just adds stress and takes away from the fun.
*Find a dozen or so basic page designs and use them over and over. You can take a sketch and rotate it in different ways so that your pages don't all look exactly the same even though they have the same basic design.
And remember, you don't need to have a ton of supplies on each page to make it beautiful. Stretch the supplies you've got so that they last a long time!
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