Family reunions or large family get-togethers are important events. They can be big events, too, and present challenges when it comes time to get so many photos adn stories on the page. See how our creative team has scrapbooked their family reunions. Megan Blethen says, “Singing and music has been a big part of my […]
Ajay Naidu said, “It is important to tell good stories. You can tell stories even if they are not huge, epic, and wonderful. You can still take the responsibility for being a scribe of your tribe.” As scrapbookers we are scribes for family and those closest to us: our tribes. The pages here show our […]
It can be difficult to capture all of the important details of your latest vacation on a single page or spread. To do so, you might have to get a little creative with your scrapbook page design. Our team has made travel pages with 5 or more photos while also including the trip’s itinerary. See […]
The scrapbook page is place where, in addition to sharing pictures and the who-what-where-when-why of events you can do something more: you can pass on wisdom to future generations. Our Creative Team shows you their pages that do this. And if you’re ready to get going, yourself, but not sure where to start, use one […]
Documentary-style photos are taken as events occur. They aren’t staged or posed; no one is dressed for the shoot; contextual and even messy details aren’t Photoshopped out. With these kinds of photos you can share a personal and real version of your daily life. Our Creative Team has taken a challenge here to use documentary-style […]
Do you have stories about dress up? Stories of you or friend and family putting on a costume and even a new persona with that costume. Check out our team’s stories of dress-up and masquerades in their lives. Sian Fair says, “I don’t actually have a photo of me, aged about ten, dressed up in […]
Writing down your goals makes it more likely you’ll achieve them. In this video blog by Christy Strickler, we’ve got ideas for recording current goals on your scrapbook pages. Click here to see the original blog post with designer notes here.
With the increased use of social media and our camera phones to record our everyday lives, snapping photos of our food has become more commonplace. With this article, we encourage you to scrapbook your food photos. Maybe you like snapping a photo of a salad from your favorite restaurant with your phone, or maybe you’d […]
How many of you have supplies leftover from Christmases past? I know do! In this video blog by Christy Strickler, we will look at how our creative team shares ideas for stash-busting those Christmas scrapbook supplies in your bins. Click here to see the original blog post with designer notes here.
Holidays always provide a touchpoint for looking at the traditions that endure and the inevitable changes that occur over time. In this video blog by Christy Strickler, we take a look at personal Thanksgiving experiences over time. Click here to see the original blog post with designer notes here.