Day 4 Class: The Letter Home
Tip #4: Put Your Inbox on Your Layout
In today's society, receiving handwritten letters is less common than receiving e-mailed letters. But you can still include these electronic correspondences on your layouts. Simply copy and paste the text into a word-processing program, reduce the column size to your desired width, and then print the letters out to include as journaling blocks on your pages. You can gather e-mails from multiple people and include them on a single layout--notice how Becky Higgins has grouped a memory from each family member into two pockets on the right-hand page of her layout.
Picnics at the Farm by Becky Higgins. Supplies Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper; Brads: All My Memories; Photo corners: Heidi Swapp for Advantus; Fonts: Century Gothic and Rockwell; Other: Thread.
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