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 […]
How many photos did you take when your baby, your grandbaby, your nephew or niece or good friend’s child was born? We’re betting lots and lots. We’ve got several ideas for getting those baby photos onto the scrapbook page. 1. Embellish with baby’s monogram This is a photo of Tara McKernin‘s son at two months old, propped […]
by Debbie Hodge When you’re scrapbooking photos of people, you’ve got an opportunity to document and show more than is immediately obvious. The things the people in your photos are doing and how they’re doing them, what they say and how they say it, and even the items they’re holding or using or wearing may […]
by Debbie Hodge How you get your pages scrapbooked is influenced by their content. At Get It Scrapped we’ve written about the challenges and opportunities for a variety of page types including: events, everyday life, travel, yourself, and leaving a record. “Moments” pages are the ones that hold the photos, insights, and messages to others that […]
Moments pages hold the photos, insights, and messages to others that compel you, the ones you come back to again and again. Portraits Messages Relationships (more on Moments Pages in the works).