Friday, June 8, 2012

open for registration + a giveaway!

I'm so excited to share that I've got a new 4 week workshop open for registration over at Big Picture Classes called Multi-Photo Solutions.  If you've got a ton of photos (travel, vacation, holiday, big event, etc) just sitting there waiting for attention, then this class is for you!  I'll share several creative ways to record memories using LOTS of photos, from one- and two-page scrapbook layouts (sketches included), to mini albums, to full albums, to fun photo displays.  I'll share some tips for sorting, editing, and printing lots of photos.  You'll come away energized and confident to tackle that mound of photos (or that full memory card).

CLICK HERE to find out more.

On to the GIVEAWAY!!  I'm giving away one free spot in this workshop to one of you wonderful readers.  To be considered for this giveaway leave a comment telling me your thoughts about scrapbooking multiple photos.  Comments will remain open until Thursday, June 14th at midnight (MDT).  I'll announce a winner Friday morning.  Don't forget to check back to see if you won.  Good luck!

P.S.  Thought you might want to know about the Anna Griffin Summer Scrapbook Super Sale starting today, Friday, June 8th at Noon until Monday, June 11th at Noon EST.  Free U.S. shipping for orders over $50 (excluding Alaska and Hawaii), and free gift with purchases over $50 (one gift per customer).  Click HERE to start shopping!



24 comments:

cori in wa said...

Multi-photo l/o's are my personal favorite. I'm all about the photos and stories :)

Monika Wright said...

I don't often scrap multiple photos on a layout or do double-page layouts, but I make A. LOT. of mini books!

Melinda AKA medialady said...

I usually only complete 12 x 12 layouts so I use multi-photos all the time. I do have problems though getting them completed quickly because I "over-think" their position on the page.

Jeni said...

I love using lots of photographs on one layout but I seem to be stuck in a rut. Think this class might help me add more photographs to each layout and in a better more creative way.

Veronica said...

This is exactly the class I need! I always use multiple photos on my pages. Thanks for the chance Aly

Rich said...

THis class sounds so interesting. Thank you for the chance. Dawn F.

Lynne said...

Sounds like a great class! I have so many photos printed that I need to do something with! Thanks for the chance to win!

Melinda said...

I like scrapping multiple photos on a layout because I usually have tons of photos from one occasion that I just have to have! But the problem I have is how to design and fit it all in without it looking too cluttered!

stacie d said...

I am all about multiple photo LOs. It is what I do as I tend to take lots of pics. Thanks for a chance to get more ideas!

j.leija said...

It seems all I've been doing lately is scrapping trips! Which I love :) Thank you for the chance to win a spot in your class.

Jane said...

I rarely do multi-photo layouts but I SO need to do more as I have stacks of photos of events yet to record.

Prem said...

Am new to multi photos, I've only done a few pages... :D glad to see how it would be done.

Am also happy I found out your site.

Nicole McNamara said...

One photo is never enough to tell the story on a page! I pretty much always have multiple photos, sometimes just cause a can't decide which is best.
Although I must admit, my pages tend to feel cluttered from all the pics...

Jannette said...

Love the multiphoto layouts. In a digital era we tend to have more access to beautiful photos, so part of your process is choose which to use. Is great to have some ideas to implement in the next sb layouts using lots of photos!!!! thanks for the opportunity!

Diana T Smith said...

I definitely feel the overwhelmed feeling and what do i do with all these photos!! i have two photo boxes of my son and daughter's photos and really dont know where to start. I have ideas in my head, but putting them on paper is a whole other story. Your class sounds great.

fingers crossed.

Anonymous said...

I love your Christmas Morning layout, so clean and organized. I am very anxious to be a part of this class. I can't wait until August 2nd. Lots more photos will be taken between now and then. Thanks for the opportunity to win a place in this class!

Jeannine said...

I really like your style. Hope to win a spot in the class. The comment from Anonymous is mine. I realized I do have a Google account. Hope this shows correctly.

Mariangeles M said...

I love to use tons of pics in my LOs. Not a problem for me but would love to take this class :)

karennarelle said...

While I love single pics on a page. I look at my pile of photos and feel guilty about not using more.! Thanks for the chance to win a spot. :-}

wendy said...

lately it seems like i've been doing more collage prints because i just can't seem to leave out any pictures. i've loved looking at your travel albums where you've done the collages one side and journaling on the other.

mhalpern said...

I always have the same question - how many photos can I get on this layout and still have it look good? I never understand when people do layouts with just one or two photos. I want to use as many as possible. The problem I find is with too many photos you lose having a focal point on the page.

Smiles, Laurie said...

I love the chance to win your class. I love doing multi photo and double pages...and I'm keen on seeing how you incorporate even more photos in exciting ways. I have the same piles as so many of us, needing to be utilized and accessible for us to enjoy! I'm super excited about all your tips!

sillypea said...

I'm intrigued by your class, but really am only interested in pages for 12x12 album. Can you tell me what percentage of your class is focused on this type of project?

Aly D said...

Hi sillypea,

Thanks for your interest in my class. Two of the four weeks will involve 12x12 scrapbooking. The other two weeks will focus on mini albums and fun ways to display multiple photos. Hope that helps. =)