Everyone knows I like talking about Walt Disney World and could honestly talk about it all day every day. Along side talking about it, we have thousands of photos from our previous trips, and also a lot of video footage. There are only so many photos we can put up, and canvases to buy that will fit in our house, but still I love looking at all the different memories we have created along the way. I’m not a very good vlogger by any means, but we did have fun filming some of our memories during our 2016 trip to Walt Disney World. Miss A loves to be in front of the camera and I am lucky to have captured so many precious memories to be able to look back on in future years. When you take thousands of photos and hours of video what can you do to preserve holiday memories?
Some photos are worthy of turning into a canvas aren’t they. We have some spectacular ones that I have earmarked for a canvas from our 2016 trip. From our 2014 trip I turned the below photo into a canvas that is in my bedroom. Miss A loves looking at this one as it reminds her of our day at Discovery Cove each time she looks at it.
Digital Photo Frames
I am near to exhausting wall space with photos in frames, so a little while ago, I invested in a digital photo frame to be able to store plenty of photos on. Currently they show me Disney 2016 on a loop, but I need to spend some time sorting through to combine the holidays. I keep my digital photo frame next to my desk so I can always see happy memories when I’m working.
I have been lucky enough to work with some great companies through blogging and I have been able to create photo books packed with photos and text that can tell a story. Having a time line through the photos in a book is a great way to look back and remember those fun times.
My mouse mat on my desk is a photo of Miss A when she first started riding her bike without stabilisers. My phone case has a Disney holiday photo on it. There are so many fun ways to use everyday items to show your holiday memories.
I have spent a lot of time creating short videos of our trips, some of which I have on my Youtube Channel. I have put together different clips of different parts of the holidays which is something we can all watch when we need our holiday fix.
How do you preserve holiday memories?
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