FREE class to help take the overwhelm out of printing photos.

Hello my blog people.  Have I told you Thank You for being here??  I truly am so so grateful.

I get a TON ton ton of questions about printing photos.  And making albums.  Getting photos off our computers and phones and into print where we can see them, appreciate them, and tell the stories of our lives.  It’s a problem that the majority of us have, right?!  Sooooo many photos.  Not enough time.

I also get a lot of people who are incredibly overwhelmed by this and don’t know where to start.  What photos do you print?  How do you select those?  How do you make sure the prints look good?  What type of album should I make?  And on and on and on.  It’s hard.  I get it.  And can certainly be paralyzing when we look at the volume of photos we’re taking.  How will we ever get them in to some meaningful order?

There IS a way.

So.  I’m teaching a FREE class next Thursday, November 19th at 7pm in Lehi.  It’s open to anyone who wants to come.  If you take photos and you want them printed, this is for you.  You just need to click the link below to register (so I get a semi-accurate count of how many people will be there).

Come alone.  Bring a friend.  Bring several friends.


The format will be casual.  Here’s what we’ll cover:

**Where to start with printing pictures (some ideas on where to begin)

**How to choose which pictures to print

**Where to print photos

**How to make photos look better for prints so you aren’t disappointed when you get them back.

**What type of albums (or displays) to make

**The system I use to print my photos and how I’m catching up on YEARS of photos I haven’t printed.  I’ll go into detail on what I do, how I do it, and my plans for the future to print more photos (one small section will be showing how to use the Project Life App–pretty much the best app ever invented 😉 ).

**How to get rid of any guilt associated with printing photos, making baby albums, creating albums for each kid, etc. NO. MORE. GUILT. Seriously.

**A few gift ideas using photos that you can use THIS Christmas (because gifts with photos are the best photos–the only ones people will never throw away 😉 ).  And ideas on how to use photos gifts to get caught up on some of your photo printing.



I’ll also take time throughout the class and at the end to answer any and all questions photo related.

There’s something about printing photos.  Physical, tangible photos that we can hold.

“When you have a printed picture, it forces you to slow down and have an emotional experience with that memory.”  (Check out this video of the “dreadlock dad” who scrapbooks–love it)

Our photos matter.  The process of printing them helps us create a better life story.  We’ll talk about how and why that is the case.


If any of these topics interest you and you’re behind on printing your family photos and don’t know where to begin, REGISTER BELOW!!  And bring your friends.

Click this link to register.  It’s free and will certainly be worth your time.  (I’m just having people register so I know how big the group will be)


Feel free to e-mail me with any questions or if you have a specific thing you’d like covered in the class–I’m happy to help where I can.  [email protected]

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7 thoughts on “FREE class to help take the overwhelm out of printing photos.”

    1. Hey Molly,

      I’ve had several requests to video the course or make it into a mini-online course (both of which I’ve considered and thought about before). Logistically I don’t know if I’ll be able to work it out to video it this time, but I’m hoping to get it in an online format so I can help more people! I’ll let you know if I end up being able to do that!

    1. Christie,

      I’ve had several requests to get it into an online format! I’m working on it but probably won’t do it for this class. But I hope to be able to get it in an online version at some point. I’ll let you know!!

  1. I too am anxious to be able to “watch” you and get the inspiration I need to get this daunting task underway! I sooo wish I had lived closer and would have been able to attend your class!

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