Pam Talluto, one of the new creative team members, is an avid pocket scrapper. We all like to “peek” over the shoulder of our fellow scrappers to see if we can learn anything from their scrapbooking workflow. She shares her organization process with us here:
Pam says: “I use Photoshop CS4 with Adobe Bridge CS4. This is a screen shot of my folders in Bridge. I keep my Project Life folder on my desktop so it’s easily accessible. Right now, there is also a Costco folder into which I put the large 12×18 prints to be developed on my next trip to Costco (I put four 6×8’s on a 12×18 to cut and use for the full page photos in my 6×8 album).
In the Project Life folder, the first sub-folder is called “Project Life 2016”. That is where I keep the 6×8 spreads that I have completed, in chronological order. Also are the double spreads, 12×8, which I post on social media.
The second sub-folder is called “Project Life Supplies”. Here I keep all of my digital Project Life supplies, in sub-categories so they are easy to find.
The third sub-folder is what really keeps me organized. It’s called “Stories to Tell”. Kept in chronological order with a short title, I add a folder each time I have an event that I want to scrapbook. Sometimes there are photos inside, sometimes just an empty folder to prompt me. Sometimes there are elements I don’t want to forget to use. If I have an idea for a layout that I want to remember, but no photos yet, I still make a folder beginning with xx__whatever the idea is. That way it goes to the bottom but is a prompt for me!
I’ve played around with my method for awhile now, and found that this is the one that really works for me!!”
You can see more of Pam’s pocket layouts in the TLP gallery here.
Look for more “peeks” from the creative team soon!