Hey everyone! I’ve got a very special planner review for you today.
It’s extra special because I’ve got a nice giveaway to go along with it! Today I am talking about the other planner I will be using for 2016 – a Limelife Planner. I decided to split things up into two separate planners to help me keep my youtube/to do list stuff separate from my daily schedule & baby’s stuff. I will be planning out many fun experiences and such for my little one & so I thought it would be nice to have a separate planner for that with an hourly schedule so we can try to make sure we are planning our time decently. I talk about the Limelife planner & how I plan on using it in the video below.
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Today I am reviewing my experience ordering photo prints from Snapfish. I ordered during their penny prints sale a little while ago and wanted to share the info with you.
I ordered about 900 prints from them covering her birth through almost 3 months. Now I’m caught up on getting her photos printed at least.
I ended up really liking having actual 4×6 prints again vs. the Groovebook prints which are slightly off from 4×6. It makes a world of difference in being able to get the photos scrapbooked and organized. I’ve been trying really hard to work on her scrapbook lately & I will share that progress with you guys very soon. For now, here is my photo review.
I haven’t ordered more ink and paper from my Epson Picturemate because I simply just don’t have the time and energy to print them myself. It takes a while and time is very limited with a baby. Also, those photos end up costing about 31cents vs the penny prints with shipping for me ended up costing about 5cents a piece. Groovebook with tax costs me about 3.5cents a piece. When I’m printing thousands of photos, those cents make a difference lol.
Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this review. I definitely plan on ordering lots more prints from Snapfish. And since filming this video, I ended up canceling my Groovebook.
Today’s video is just a super quick one about how Stampin’ UP ink pads work & their neat labeling system.
I’ve talked about this in the past, but Stampin’ UP inks are some of my absolute favorites. They did a complete overhaul of their ink formulation a couple of years back and every since then, they are AMAZING with photopolymer stamps. The older inks were awesome with rubber stamps, but didn’t work so great with photopolymer. Well the new inks work with both.
Anyway, in this video I just talk about the ink pads a little bit. Enjoy!
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If you are interested in purchasing anything Stampin’ UP, I am a demonstrator now & you can purchase directly from my Stampin’ UP website here.