Scrap 1500 photos in 14 hours!

Do you ever wonder what to do with all the “other” photos on your hard drive?

You know the ones: the ones you haven’t scrapped. The ones you love. The ones that tell your story.

I had the same problem.

I stumbled upon the solution by accident.

After creating a set of templates, I wanted to test them. I grabbed some of my favorite photos from the month of January and plopped them in. Before I knew it, the page was done. Week one of 2013 was recorded!

I kept going. It was so easy! I then started timing myself…could it really be this fast? The answer was YES!

In approximately 14 hours (over the course of a weekend), I had more than 1500 photos placed in templates, week by week. The result was far more beautiful than I could have ever hoped for.

Let me take you on a virtual retreat.

As much as I would love to fly away to a cabin in the woods with all of my favorite scrapping friends, it just isn’t possible. In this class, however, we’ll pretend we are on a weekend retreat. And during this retreat, we’ll get all of your photos from an entire year placed in album pages.

I love a good retreat!

You’ll get a packing and prep list. You’ll have sessions through the weekend. You’ll be inspired. And the best part is…you don’t have to leave your home.

This class is broken into five main sessions. You’ll watch a video (embedded right into the .pdf file!) After watching the video, you’ll have specific tasks to do.

I’ll get you organized and ready to get your photos scrapped using the 12 FREE 2-PAGE TEMPLATES (a $15 value!)

You can choose to scrap your year week-by-week or month-by-month. It’s up to you!

You’ll also receive a free layout-planning guide, helping you decide which template to use.

Come away with me! Together let’s create an album your family will love!

Scrap Your Year is on sale for $28 (reg $35) for a very limited time!

*These classes are in a PDF format with the lesson videos embedded directly in the PDF*

P.S. When I created this class and recorded the videos, I hadn’t yet had my album printed. I have since printed it (in two volumes) from Adorama Pix. When I opened the box, I started giggling. Those two albums are one of the most beautiful things I had ever seen. Although I have scrapped more than 2000 pages in the last ten years, this is — by far — my favorite project to date. I guess when all is said and done, it really is the photos that matter most.

Here is an email I received from someone after taking myWATCH ME SCRAP class:

Dear Janet,

I just finished your last video from the Watch Me Scrap class and I’m on the verge of tears. Don’t worry! They are tears of joy. I have been digi scrapping since 2007. I’ve completed and printed hundreds of layouts each year since. But for some reason, I hit a major slump last year. I lost my way. By then end of the year, I had maybe 3 pages done. Frankly, it frightened me a little. As a mother of 6 children, ages 23 to 5, I wondered if I would ever get back to scrapping.

Monday afternoon I was going through some emails and noticed that you had a class and thought to myself, “I LOVE her templates and style. Maybe I should take the class?”. It wasn’t long before I was downloading it. I was excited to see how you put your pages together. I was not disappointed. While much of it was a great review for me, I loved seeing the simplicity with which you execute your pages. I realized that I USED to be a simple scrapper. I USED to focus on my photos. I USED to enjoy capturing my family’s memories…

Just watching you create, reading how you organize your layouts, and my favorite part the WHY you scrap, was really powerful. My light was ignited again and I’m looking forward to returning to the hobby I love. I know that what I do is important to my children and to those who come to follow.

So, I wanted to write to you and tell you thank you. You gave me a great gift.