There's something magical about being on vacation and discovering new places, isn't there? They are some of my favorite memories and I want to capture them all. If you're like me, you'll come home with hundreds or even thousands of photos and it can be a bit overwhelming.
I want to show you my process for sorting through my photos to make sure the most important stories get told. Upon purchasing this class, you will receive immediate access to:
- A welcome PDF with a link and video passcode to access the private course classroom
- 4 lessons complete with downloadable instructional videos
- Ideas on ways to document your photos including 4 exclusive process videos and an album flip through.
- A PDF with the course content + full color photos and sketches of each layout
- A printable to help you organize your stories
- A set of 11 exclusive cut-files in both .svg and .png formats
- Access to a private Facebook group where we can discuss ideas and share projects
- Email access to me
- Access to the course for as long as craftyjenschow.com is around (a very long time!)
I hope you'll join me on this journey to discovering and documenting your most important vacation photos! You can watch the promo video here.
I have had a few people tell me that they haven't taken a vacation in a while, so they don't think this class if for them. I want to tell you that while I do use vacation photos, the techniques taught in this class can be applied to any event where you have lots of photos!
For a very limited time (until Tuesday, August 25th, 2015 to be exact) I've discounted the class to $15! If you are interested, be sure to jump on this deal before it goes up to the regular price of $20. I don't think you'll be disappointed!
You can purchase the class by clicking here or going to the "Classes" link at the top of my blog.
I will be giving away two spots in my class - one here on my blog and one over on my Instagram (you can find me @craftyjenschow). To enter here, just leave a comment below telling me about a vacation or event where you took a million photos!
You have until Monday, August 24th at midnight MST to enter and I'll announce the winner here on Tuesday. You will be refunded if you already purchased the class. :)
Thanks for all of your support and I'll see you in the classroom!
I have a MILLION soccer photos from my daughter, and another MILLION running photos with my older daughter and son when they did track and cross country. Many are somewhat similar, so I look forward to learning more about how to pick the best ones for scrapping! Thanks for the chance to win a spot in the class, Jen!ReplyDelete
I have a million photos from our summer vacay to San Antonio a few years ago! I took so many pictures that I had to upload some to my Walgreens account and delete a few off my phone...I ran out of space!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the chance to play!
I'm so embarrassed! I have picutres from trips to Italy, Oregon, San Diego, and Scotland sitting in my photo box now. I need help! This class sounds like it will be wonderful!ReplyDelete
I have a ton of photos from my first trip to Disneyword for my 40th birthday. It was amazing and I have bee to overwhelmed to figure out where to start. Your class sounds like it will be great.ReplyDelete
We have pics from a month long family vacation to the Philippines to visit my husbands family. I seem to have the pics on every electronic device we own but none of them have even been printed. Thanks looks like it will be a great class.ReplyDelete
Oh yay, I have been waiting for Friday LOL ... to register Yipee, skipee :) :) And, I am still on vacation for a week. What could be better! I am still scrapping my "trip of a lifetime". Just before turning 50, I took a one year sabbatical and hiked around Europe for the entire year. So many experiences. I took thousands of photos, am still scrapping them 9 years later and will likely be doing so for a while yet. thanks for this classReplyDelete
High school sports. Many many photos! Thanks for the opportunity!ReplyDelete
The one trip that is haunting me right now is a trip we took to texas several years back. ...like 10 years back. I have tons of pictures from this trip that i want to get scrapped. Thanks for the chance to win! And congrats on the class!ReplyDelete
I took a bucket list trip to Africa in May and I am making 6x8 scrapbooks for my traveling companions so I need all the help I can get. I am signing up for the class right now.ReplyDelete
We took a trip to Italy in 2008(!) and I haven't yet scrapped those photos because I'm overwhelmed with the number and not being able to do the trip justice.ReplyDelete
Good luck with the classes Jen, I'm sure you'll do amazingly well! :) we always take millions of photos when we visit Disneyworld, having said that if I were lucky enough to win the spot on your class i'd use it to help me scrap some photos I have from our holiday to India in 2013 - I took sooooo many photos that it's so daunting to even begin editing them all!!! :) xxxReplyDelete
Looking forward to the class Jen. I love your style and am intrigued to hear your ideas on managing all the holiday photos that we take! We were in Florida in May, which meant 2.5 weeks in Disney and Universal with an average of 100 photos per day from cameras and phones.... please help me organise them!ReplyDelete
Pretty much every vacation I take way too many photos. I have 3 (!) scrapbooks from just our trip to Prague, Budapest, and Munich from a couple of years ago, and that was just a small portion of the 3000 or so pictures I took. We're going to Tahiti in a couple of weeks, and I need to know how to triage all the pictures when I get back!!ReplyDelete
A million photos....I have that from every summer vacation....going to Japan soon for the 1st time, there might be 2 million then ;-)ReplyDelete
Just home from a two week trip in the Maritimes with hundreds of photos. Just planning now how to document and thinking I'll use pocket pages for the first time.ReplyDelete
Wow Jen, this looks like a very worthwhile class indeed! I'm currently on a stay-cation to the Isle of Wight (UK) and nearly at the end of our trip with a few hundred pics to sift through! Will I remember all the stories to go with the pictures...Who knows?! Thanks for the opportunity :-)ReplyDelete
Congratulations on the class Jen. We go to India every year to visit family and every summer we take a vacation here. This year it was Canada, last year it was Universal, Florida. I have to yet print those pictures. Thank you for a chance to win.ReplyDelete
I always take a million photos on vacation, even if it's just for a week. Florida, Seattle, Vancouver Island, and southern California are a few of the places I've been in the last couple years, with photos waiting to be scrapped. I've already waded through and finished scrapping albums from trips to New Zealand, Nova Scotia, Disney World, Barbados and New Brunswick; while it's nice to re-live the vacation while scrapping the photos, I just wish it didn't take me years to do so. I'm ready for a new approach.ReplyDelete
Last year I was lucky enough to visit 3 new cities and I haven't had time to scrapbook any of my photos (I know), I have 600+ photos from NYC, 200+ photos from Savannah and 800+ photos from DC, needless to say, I could really use this class!ReplyDelete
So many photos, so many holidays but nothing to show my family and friends. Looking forward to making a start. Thank youReplyDelete
I love taking many photos on the vacations we take. I have a few Disneyworld trips and a few California trips that I still need to scrap. Looking forward to the class. Thanks for the chance!ReplyDelete
We took close to a million photos on our 3 week Hawaiian vacation in January this year - so many photos of petroglyphs, lava, hiking trails, beaches, botanical gardens and landscape shots - I've been wondering how/where do I start and Hurray! it looks like you have the answer!ReplyDelete
I have 12 years worth of my daughter's dancing photos - I would love to do an album for her but for some reason I am really struggling with how to put it together. Thanks for the opportunity to win the class :)ReplyDelete
For the summer we went hiking every other weekend. I have so many photos. How many crazy photos can one take during a rocky hike. Thanks for the chance to such a great giveaway.ReplyDelete
Hi Jen! I can't wait to start your class! I have a huge, and I mean HUGE amount of photos to scrap from my two week trip last summer to South Korea. I have put off starting it because I am currently working on a previous travel album from a trip to Italy, in which everything has a vintage, distressed feel. I want this album to have a more sleek and modern feel to reflect the more modern country, so I will be using your process videos for inspiration. Looks like this will be the perfect time for me to start. Thanks for the motivation! ;)ReplyDelete
My one and only vacation to Europe for 10 days with my husband 5 years ago. I have yet to scrapbook those photos.ReplyDelete
Baby Nr. 2 will be born in the next days. I think, I will geht tons oft photos in the first weeks.ReplyDelete
Jen - I took over 4,000 photos in my 2 week trip to Spain - I DEFINITELY need this class!!ReplyDelete
I have thousands of photos from a recent two week trip to Alaska...could definitely use some advice on how to scrap them!ReplyDelete
I have 2 Disney vacations with over 1,000 photos left to scrapbook.ReplyDelete
I went to the Dominican Republic in spring and am overwhelmed by the volume of beautiful memories to be recorded!ReplyDelete
Just got back from spending a month in Southern California visiting my family. I have lots of photos to scrap - many of them feature my grand daughter. Looking forward to taking your class.ReplyDelete
Congratulations on your first class Jen, how exciting! I don't have a million photos of one event yet, however I am looking to go on vacation this summer (winter is just coming to an end in my country) and am determined to take heaps of photos and document the summer, as I have a few trips and events planned.ReplyDelete
Congratulations on the launch of your first class! I am signed up and ready to go. I just love your style, you really have a great eye for design.ReplyDelete
The most photos I ever took on vacation was back in 2000 before i had a digital camera. I was so blessed to go to Australia and New Zealand for 20 days. I ended up with about 1800 photos i took and another 1500 from my parents and my step-grandmother. I still have all those photos and have never scrapped any of them. way to overwhelming!ReplyDelete
:( I thought the sale price was good through today...?ReplyDelete
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