Schools out! Canadian kids are trading the classroom for the park, backyard, lazy days (aka summer vacation)
One question that comes up every now and then is “How do you record your vacations, trips and holidays?”
Personally, I include most things in our family’s annual album. However, there have been a few exceptions.
Our month long trip to Trinidad and Tobago.
Being immersed in the culture of Rumilio’s birthplace and homeland
with our little family for a month warranted it’s own album for sure!
(I used the OLIVE Edition album and core kit – still a few available in the Canadian shop)
Our trip to Disney World (got it’s own album before the days of Project Life)
Generally though, I simply add the photos, journalling and memorabilia directly into the pages incorporating them into our family album.
Our Alaskan cruise
(I used the Project Life Signature Album in Black - still a few available in both shops;
and the journal cards are from the Amber Edition Core Kit -sold out)
Our trip to Hawaii, celebrating my parents 40th wedding anniversary
(I used the Cherry Edition core kit and album – sold out)
One of my dear customers and readers, KATIE J. shared this idea from their recent holiday:
“I took a load of the cards on holiday with me in a ziplock bag and wrote the journalling for my pages in the evenings once my children were in bed. It will make scrapping my holiday so much quicker once I get the photos printed, and the stories were written while they were fresh!”
These cards are from the Project Life MIDNIGHT Edition
Isn’t that awesome!
What are some of the ways you plan to record your summer fun? Please share!