31 Days:: Memory Keeping Resources

by jessicaturner on October 30, 2011

This is the 30th day in a series: 31 Days of Memory Keeping. Check out all the posts here.

I hope that this month has inspired you to chronicle your family’s memories. The following is a list of resources that you might find helpful.

Favorite blogs with a memory keeping focus

Favorite photo book and product websites

Favorite Canvas websites

Favorite Flash Deal websites (to get bargain on memory keeping products like photo books, prints and canvases)

Favorite memory keeping products



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Jaklyn October 30, 2011 at 10:57 pm

Thank you so much for posting so many wonderful ideas, you’ve inspired me greatly! And especially a big thanks for the working with Paper Coterie! I was able to make a memory keeper that will make an unforgettable Christmas present.

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Steph "Shine" October 31, 2011 at 9:19 am

Oh YES Thank you so much for your writings! You have inspired me to make my baby girl’s first album digitally even though her sister’s is by hand. This is the stage of my life and something is better than nothing. I also put up photos around the house and am using photos in gifts to people (made lace a trace with family photos for a niece). Late last night I ordered my box and my canvas. I can’t wait for them to come in!!!! I really appreciated this 31 days series as not everyone understands how important it is for some to memory keep. I know others can say it’s a waste of time money, its materialistic and even some go to the extreme it’s prideful. BUT I see it as a gift to my girls and the future family members and enjoyable hobby for me. So there’s nothing wrong with me deeming it important in my life. Thank you for the reassurance of this!

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Bridgett October 31, 2011 at 9:27 am

Thank you so much for doing this! I wasn’t always able to do the deals but lots of inspiration! Tons of ideas written down for future reference! I even broke out my hand plaster kit I never used. :) btw I’m the short blonde whom introduced herself to you at church a Sunday or so ago. :)

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jessicaturner November 2, 2011 at 6:00 am

It was so great to meet you Bridgett! Thanks for saying hello. :) I need to get a hand kit for Adeline. Sometimes getting started is the hardest part.

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