I am officially done with my 2006 pictures.
For those of you who haven't gotten around to mocking my OCD, I am a strictly chronological scrapper. The one upside (and believe me, I've already been lectured several times on the downsides to my VERY un-creative process) is that once they're all done I create a DVD with all our pictures, scrapbook pages and movies that we've taken through out the year, put it to music and voila -- our Family DVD 2006.
The kids love it.
But, I'm wondering if there are other scrapbookers out there that do anything similar, and if they have a program that they love? Right now I use WinDVD because that's what came with my computer. I use the Windows Movie Maker when I do stuff for clients, but as it is now (and I acutally like Movie Maker better then the one I have right now) it won't burn DVD's so I'd still have to transfer the movies I make there to win DVD to burn them.
Also, do you have favorite songs? I was gonna put that Manamana on by Cake, but I forgot. So far, my musical selections are fairly ecclectic. I have some sesame street, some Take 6 (a vocal group), some John Williams (guess what part of the year he might be scoring for us), some Jim Brickman, some Enya (what's a DVD without Enya). Anyway, I'm just wondernig if you guys do this too and have any helpful suggestions.
If you don't, I highly recommend it. On Fast Sundays when our family doesn't do our fancy breakfast together, we sit down and watch one of our many DVD's together. It's been a lot of fun and I can't tell you how much the kids adore them. I also enjoy that theyre able to look at the scrapbook pages without bending them.
OCD, I think we've already been over that.