When you make heritage scrapbook pages, you give old photos and stories new life. Check out the ideas we have for you on this topic.
In our interview with Katie Scott on working with heritage photos to make scrapbook pages that tell interesting and enduring stories, she shared a number of approaches she takes for research. See our team put her research advice to work.
Doris Sander shares three ways she gets beyond the stereotypical heritage scrapbooking colors on her pages using smart design. See what she shares here with pages from herself and fellow Jenni Bowlin team members.
Scrapbooking heritage photos is a great way to make sure their stories endure. When it comes to styling those heritage scrapbook pages you have many choices. Here the Get It Scrapped Creative Team shows you how to use elements with modern styling to scrapbook your older photos.
Heritage scrapbooking is a big and rewarding undertaking. Get started and inspired today. I talked to Katie Scott in this interview about family heritage storytelling. She had tons to share on this topic, and the audience had plenty to ask and share, too.
When you make heritage scrapbook pages, you give old photos and stories new life. Use these page ideas and look at the challenges of working with old photos as opportunities. Research a story, look at the details to recall your life past, consider an era and look for products that evoke a sense of the times.
Memes are fun and a reflection of current times, and they can make scrapbooking old photos fun. Tami Taylor shows us how she put three memes to work.