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Monthly Archives: January 2011
It is traditional to preserve family recipes. But who gets those old recipe cards? In my wife’s family, there are three sisters and one brother who she would be competing against, should she hope to one day acquire her mother’s … Continue reading
Do you remember those days as a kid pasting newspaper clippings onto paper and bundling dozens of papers together with some fancy ribbon or a string? Do you also remember all of your hard work falling apart two months later? … Continue reading
Paper folding adds dimension and texture to scrapbook pages. You can easily learn folding techniques and tailor them to your scrapbook by changing the color and patterns. Make the folded paper the focal point of the page with bold patterns … Continue reading
1. Put your personality back in your pages. Sometimes we think when we’re scrapbooking, we have to be serious. After all, we care so much about the topic and the people involved, and the photos are so important to us, … Continue reading
In the late 1800s, it was quite common for students to possess an autograph book, a book where they would collect the signatures and personal written messages of friends, classmates and family members. Nowadays, students largely use their official school … Continue reading
Not surprisingly, Scrapbooking is so big these days, especially with the advent of the Internet! Scrapbooking, by its very nature “works”, but what if you’re really not in a creative mood, or you need to catch up on some scrapbooking, … Continue reading