All you ever wanted to know about scrapbooking!

Posted on April 22, 2008. Filed under: About Scrapbooking, Scrapbooking | Tags: , , , , , |

All you ever wanted to know about scrapbooking, but were afraid to ask. Some may think that scrapbooking is a daunting project, but once you have your photos all organized, then scrapbooking is a sinch. Organizing your photos is the hardest part of scrapbooking, and that is because it is so time consuming. Once you have those photos all organized; then all you have to do is grab a piece of paper, a cute embellishment, create a journaling block, and adhere your photo and you have created your first “page layout”!

Some people think they don’t know the first thing about scrapbooking, but with the internet era we are in, there is a wealth of knowledge out there to help us scrapbook. You will find everything you need to know about scrapbooking right on the internet, or thru blogs. Crop parties are a “must” for the beginning scrapbooker. You will be able to glean from experienced scrappers all you want to know about scrapbooking, and maybe even a little more. Spending a few hours an evening with several women can be very interesting!

Another great source to find out about scrapbooking are the great scrapbook magazines in the stores. There are several that you can find even at Wal Mart. I especially love the Paper Crafts Magazine, which deals more with card making (which is just a smaller form of scrapbooking). There are even great magazines about digital scrapbooking.

Just get researching all of these great resources about scrapbooking and you will have a great time creating new memories for you and your family. Memories that will last hundreds of years, because of all of the great new acid-free and lignen-free products that we have to use now. So get out there and start learning all you can about scrapbooking. You’ll never regret it!

If you are interested in learning more about scrapbooking visit my website at!

Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( None so far )

Liked it here?
Why not try sites on the blogroll...