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Hey there! Popping in to show you some funny homework I’m working on. I’m taking a media and technology course in the evenings and weekends right now and for one assignment we had to take a bunch of technology related photos. Of course I couldn’t just take pictures and although I don’t have time to properly “scrap” this set, I thought it would be fun to put them together.
How do you bring up the topic of digital citizenship with your kids? What guidelines do you have when it comes to online time and how do you monitor their web activity?
You guys make me laugh! Apparently my Wordless Wednesdays leave behind inquisitive minds. Well, that will make sure you stick around the blog I guess.
We recently visited the National center for art and craft and one of the ministores sold wooden children’s toys. Those spinning tops decorated the exterior.
I’ve been doing a lot of digital scrapbooking these days. HeatherT at Get Digi With It has been creating a lot of wonderful kits. Here’s one that fits in with the Valentine season.
I find that I do more digital scrapbooking these days because it’s easier to work on it in the bits of free time I have then it is to actually paper scrapbook. Poor Jayden doesn’t even have one paper scrapbook layout. We probably have less than a dozen printed photos of him. We were given a couple of mini-scrapbooks in a baby boy theme and they haven’t been filled up yet. But he has quite a few digital pages, I just need to get them processed and put into an album.
If you’re interested, I use photoshop to create my layouts. I like the 4×6 size because it’s inexpensive to print and fast to create. I try to have at least two pictures on a page because we take a crazy amount of pictures and one photo layouts just aren’t time efficient. I find I’m not big on journalling these days, but I try to remember to put the date on, and any names of people that aren’t from our immediate family. That’s about all I can think of to say. If you have any questions, feel free to ask.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
My goal is to try and keep up with digiscrapping of our daily/weekend events. That means I’m using a lot of quick pages and keeping things pretty simple if I scrap it myself so I don’t always show them on the blog. But pictures are getting printed, and enjoyed which is the important thing. These were from our trip last weekend and I’m showing them to you because Jaylene’s goofy faces crack me right up. Also, this destination was part of the first few digilayouts I did, just over a year ago. Not sure that I’ve progressed all that much with photoshop or my digiscrapping ability, but I have learnt a few photoprocessing tricks along the way.
Digi credits: Heather Taylor