Words Not Required

You can tell your story in many different ways!

Try putting together a photo album, scrapbook or collage that represents your LifeStory. Do this alone, or with friends or family. Get together with a group to work on individual projects, share the time together, and then share your stories.

Formats for Visual LifeStories

  • Photography
  • Collages
  • Scrapbooks
  • Quilts or tapestries
  • Wall-hangings
  • Embroidered pillows
  • Sculpture
  • Stained glass
  • Calligraphy designs
  • Painted dishes
  • A visual website
  • Postcards sent on special days
  • A special memorial garden
  • Maps or a timelines
  • Book of illustrations
  • Paintings

What To Do With Visual LifeStories

  • Scan and save to the computer to print and mail
  • Send via email or post online on a blog or website
  • Photograph and post on Flickr.com or other photo sites
  • Submit to an art show or create your own exhibit
  • Make a portfolio to display, or to give to others
  • Create a piece to represent each decade of your life
  • Decorate different rooms or a hallway in your home

Whatever you feel inspired to do!  We’d love to see photos of your creations.