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Do you have pictures? Five things to do with your… I am the queen of fast scrapbooking, and even I have more pictures than I will ever be able to get on the pages of my albums. No problem! These images do not need to be in a shoe box or on the hard drive. Here are five ways to use your photos - without scratching them! 1. Display them in a digital frame. A digital photo frame can only be a scrapbooker's best friend (just after a big big bottle of UnDu!). Just load all your favorite photos onto an SD card, insert it and you're ready to admire your photos without having to lift a round. I like to show my latest card full of pictures to see which pictures I like best. It gets me in the mood for scrapbook! 2. Make a photo book. Photo books are great ways to show a lot of pictures in no time. I found out how easy they are when I uploaded a lot of digital photos to an online processor and they emailed me the next day to tell me that they created a photo book for me! I just logged in to my account and they had already completed a basic album with my photos. All I needed was fine tuning. I changed pictures around, changed order, added journaling, and I was done. And I was in love! 3. Hang them up! Whether you're enlarging your prints and framing them, or just using regular clothespins to add some latest photos to a fishing line that spans your office, view these photos! Sometimes they look pretty good on their own. And if you really fall in love with one, you can dress and put it on your next layout. 4. Go to kitsch. All photos online have a plethora of cute, funny, silly and often shaved strange options to use your photographic images. Add them to candles, t-shirts, mousepads (micepads?), Wine labels, mugs and more. You can decide that your son's face looks better on a watch's face than on a scrapbook page (but I bet you both options!). 5. Photo album. Yes, they are old schools. But what is it easier than to drop a picture stack in a two-legged photo album? It is a good place to store photos until you can cut them, and that allows them to be displayed without all the stress of creating.