Holidays and events can yield lots and lots of photos, which means it can be challenging to figure out how to organize those photos. One option is to make holiday collection pages that show both the constants and the changes over the years. Our team shows you their holiday collection pages here. Lynnette Wilkins says, […]
Great artists create around recurring subjects again and again. Georgia O’Keefe painted flowers, barren landscapes and close-up still lifes. Annie Leibovitz is a photographer who takes intimate portraits. And Jane Austen wrote about love and marriage, examining the role of women in society at her time. What’s your recurring theme? What subject do you love […]
During the summer, chances are you’re going to attend a party or two. Whether it’s a family reunion or a pool party, a big 4th of July barbecue or even a wedding party, you may be leaving these events with plenty of photos of people, food, decorations, activities–and so many stories to tell. Let’s commit […]
Birthdays are a topic that the average scrapbooker plans on recording year after year. Some of you use the same approach time and again, and others search for fun new approaches to record these milestone memories each year. Our Creative Team shows you their ideas for telling birthday stories on the scrapbook page creatively. […]
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 […]
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.
It’s the season for moving up, moving on, and ceremonies celebrating accomplishments and new starts. In Christy Strickler‘s video version of this Get It Scrapped blog post, we’ll explore ideas for making pages that celebrate the achievement of milestones in life. Click here to see the original blog post with detailed designer notes.
Starting September 2nd, we’ll spend 2 months studying Pocket Page Design at the Get It Scrapped membership. The class starts with the delivery of an idea- and instruction-packed eBook. It’s followed up by 10 live webinars (and recordings) with our contributing teachers, Doris Sander, Amy Mallory, Adrienne Alvis, Amber Ries and Tracie Claiborne. Get inside their creative […]
The Last Supper–and prequel to Easter–was a Passover dinner. Spring is the time for celebrating these holidays, and they quite often make for pretty pretty pictures. Read on for ideas for scrapbooking them. Kristy T says, “This page is about our tradition of doing an Easter Egg hunt each year on Easter Sunday.” “I wanted […]