Video Interview with Katie Scott on Family Heritage Scrapbooking

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Heritage scrapbooking is a big and rewarding undertaking. Get started and inspired today.

At the Get It Scrapped membership we host weekly live webinars for members. This one is from November, 2014, when we talked to Katie Scott about family heritage storytelling. (Become a member for a library full of recordings and new live events every week.)

Katie had tons to share on this topic, and the audience had plenty to ask and share, too. We’re planning another session to continue learning from Katie and her passionate pursuit of family story research and scrapbooking.

These are two of our favorite Katie quotables from the session (and plenty of links and notes are below the video).

No one cares about old photos; they care about how they’re connected to those old photos.

You’d be surprised how many of you have postmasters in your ancestry.

Listen to the Audio:

 

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Download Links:

  • download the chat log: click here to open the chat log and save the pdf (members only)
  • download the audio: click here to download (members only)
  • download the webinar video: click here and find download link at bottom of page (members only)

Additional Links:

Links to Katie’s heritage pages and resources

Other resources

Katie’s tips

  • Buy photos on etsy – look for family name + location
  • Create a facebook group for your big extend family and share photos there — you could get stories about photos of people you can’t identify
  • Make posts to your blog that have text rich with names, dates, and locations — so that when others search they come across both the information and the questions you have
  • Search military records

2 Responses to Video Interview with Katie Scott on Family Heritage Scrapbooking

  1. Margaret February 7, 2015 at 1:49 pm #

    I’ve watched the interview with Katie twice now, and I learned new things this time around! I’m about to embark on heritage albums for my kids, and her information is so valuable. I enjoy your interview style, Debbie, as it has that personal touch that brings the person alive for us. Thanks to both of you!

  2. Debbie Hodge February 13, 2015 at 10:35 am #

    Margeret, Thanks for your comment. Love hearing how helpful Katie was for you — and that you like my interview style. Katie will be back on March 16 with more information for GIS members

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