Sip and Sort at SEED June 21


Are your photos among your most-prized possessions? Do you have vintage photographs in need of restoration or digitizing? Does the thought of organizing your digital and printed photos overwhelm you? Even though our mobile-first world has enabled us to take and share snapshots in real time, many of us procrastinate to move the photos to a safe place, in a chronological, topical order (not to mention free up storage on our phones).

If you want to get ahead of the game with recording your summer vacation or tackle photos that are tucked away and scattered across closets and storage bins, there’s a local solution to help you change your history-preserving habit – Sue Thornton, owner of Photo Organizing Solutions.

1. Take a deep breath and bravely go into your closet to find a collection of photos you want to organize and preserve. If you have photos on your phone or laptop, move them into a folder and Sue will guide you step by step.

2. Bring your own photo box along with your favorite beverage of choice (wine and beer are welcome).

3. Join us for our complimentary Sip and Sort SEED session as Sue tells us about her business and leads us through creative tips and tricks that can take the “daunting” out of organizing your photos.

Sue will also have a small supply of photo boxes for sale, and we’ll provide light bites.

When: 6 – 8 p.m., Wed., June 21, 2017
Where: Richardson Mercantile, 101 S. Coit Rd., Ste 50, Richardson, TX 75080

Arrive early to walk around and shop. If you finish your photo project early, you can walk around then as well.

RSVP by June 20 to

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Photo Organizing Solutions is dedicated to helping you organize and preserve your photos (printed and digital from multiple devices) for future family members. Our family legacy is all we can hope to leave for our loved ones.

Richardson resident Sue Thornton started Photo Organizing Solutions in 2013 as a direct need of family members and close friends who needed to find a way to save their personal photographs. Now she’s on a mission to help others map a plan to save and scan the best-of photos for future generations.