Well I thought I was having a brain fart but I guess I was not.
See - I have been working on Studio - J layouts and had it in my head that I could only blog the layouts once I purchased them so that I would have the jpegs for the blog. But then I had the bright idea to "screen shot" some of the layouts so that I could blog the progress and you guys would not think I forgot about you.
Well the idea and the implementation of the idea are two different things when it comes to me. For the life of me I could not figure out how to screen shot even with Kaela's help. I am still not sure how I did it - but when I logged into my computer today the screen shot was on the desk top. (go figure)
So during the last Crop Night it was just Amy and I so we decided to work in my studio instead of the crop room. That way I could have access to my big screen computer and be able to work on my Studio J layouts - Amy wanted to work on Studio J also so she only brought her laptop.
While I was in Boise over the summer at a Close To My Heart weekend event, my upline was talking about making a scrapbook of our CTMH memories as a consultant. To be honest my first thought was that there was no way I was going back almost 10 years and scrapping those events..... then last weekend I had a light bulb moment.... STUDIO J could do it very quickly. So before Amy came over I brought up my Google Picasa account and started looking for all of the events I had or have attended over the last 9 years and uploaded them to Studio J.
I was able to get the entire album done during one crop night.
I have not ordered the album yet because I want to double check it for spelling errors and such before printing but I am so happy that I have this done. I was also shocked at how many events I have hosted or attended - I thought I was a consultant hermit of sorts :-)
I am having a meeting tomorrow with my group of consultant friends and we are going to trade even more Studio J tips and tricks. I have a feeling I am going to be using Studio J to get caught up on albums that I have needed to do but felt uninspired to scrap.
I never thought I would be a digi girl but I kinda like it!
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