Now that you’re hopefully documenting all those little things that make your life amazing…now what?
I’ve been an on and off again scrapbooker for years, but that’s not the only way to live with your images. Make sure that you’re printing out the gems and getting them in frames, up on the fridge or even just in a little album or a blurb book. In my opinion it is so important to share these images. Sharing on Facebook and Instagram is really great, but doesn’t really stand the test of time. We need to teach our young ones who are knee deep in this instant age that preserving memories is just as important as making them.
Some of my past posts on memory keeping can be found here:
Some of my favorite inspiration for memory keeping projects can be found here on some of my Pinterest boards:
Follow Carrie Owens’s board Instagram Love on Pinterest.Follow Carrie Owens’s board my creative projects on Pinterest.
Follow Carrie Owens’s board project life inspiration on Pinterest.Follow Carrie Owens’s board memory keeping on Pinterest.
Follow Carrie Owens’s board december daily on Pinterest.Follow Carrie Owens’s board wall art ideas on Pinterest.
I challenge you to keep taking photos – take more photos! And start finding ways to live with your art. Please don’t leave those images on your phone or on your computer. Memories need to be remembered and lived with.
This post is part of a 31 day series. Read the first post here about documenting everyday life and see a list of all of the other posts in the series.
Oct 31, 2014
Nice job on the whole month Carrie! What a lot of work and so many fabulous ideas. Very impressive!