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Amy Kingsford

Amy Kingsford

Generally I feel as if I'm 26, even though my wii tells me my body is 36. Coincidentally if you average these two numbers you'd get my actual age ;)
When it comes to movies I love romantic comedies, conspiracy-type thrillers and almost anything based on a true story.
During my life, I have lived within the same 20 mile radius in Northern Utah for all but 1 year. It was during that time that I met and married my husband.

One of the most defining moments of my life was the birth of my first son--for me having children gave me a whole new outlook on life. I started to see the world through their eyes and they taught me to celebrate even the smallest things in life.

My camera is a Nikon P90, a higher end point & shoot with a 24x zoom that allows me to hang back while my boys play and just snap away.

When I scrapbook I'm usually streaming Netflix with a large glass of Diet Coke on hand.

Though I began scrapbooking in 1999, I don't think I found my groove until 2007. When I found out I was pregnant with out first child, "scrapbooking" took on a whole knew meaning for me.

My favorite scrapbooking colors are most often those found in my photos. I love to celebrate color in my pages and though I'm not too fond of the color pink, I recognize that all colors have both a purpose and a place in my pages.

You might notice that many of my pages have only one photo. While some may see this as a waste, I like to give each individual moment a chance to shine on their own page.

Amy is a happy wife and blessed mother who loves spending time with her family and almost always has her camera in hand. She enjoys stumbling upon good food, good music and good books and also loves camping, hiking, and geocaching with my guys. Amy feels fortunate enough to have been able to work at home in the creative industry for the past few years, doing tasks that she loves for people she truly admires and sharing her passion for memory keeping with others.

To find more about what Amy has going on, visit her at her blog.