A Scrapbook for Every Occasion by: Jennifer Stevens

As you step into your best friend’s house; your eyes are drawn instantly to the coffee table. A beautiful miniature book with the word EUROPE in big bold letters on the front is aching to be picked up. You’ve been hearing about the trip for weeks now, but have yet to see a picture. What a great way to explore the European countryside by seeing all the sights laid out in a book.

Scrapbooking a monumental task for many. The effort it takes to make one page alone is downright overwhelming. With the right ideas though and just a few supplies, you can easily make a scrapbook for every special occasion you want to remember.

When you are just beginning, remember that scrapbooking doesn’t have to be frilly or cluttered. If you want more of a clean look, stick to basic colors and just one or two photos per page. Make sure to have a coordinating caption that tells what was going on and when. When you’re glancing through it 30 years later, you’ll be grateful for those captions!

Undoubtedly, you will probably run out of page ideas once in awhile. This is easily remedied by going to scrapbook or crafting website and seeing the ample suggestions they have readily available. Not only can you find the perfect page idea, but it will also list the materials you will need.

Pictures from weddings, a special birthday, a new baby, or even a fun trip tragically end up in a dusty filing cabinet or on a hard drive. Being able to arrange those cherished photos in their own personal album will give you easy access for sharing and reminiscing. Scrapbooks can serve as your own little storybook of the precious times you never want to forget.About The Author
Jennifer Stevens teaching here to make scrapbook for special occasion. She says that When you are just beginning, remember that scrapbooking doesn’t have to be frilly or cluttered. Scrapbooking is a great way to explore the European countryside by seeing all the sights laid out in a book. Also find more information about free crochet hat patterns, free knitting patterns at http://www.favecrafts.com

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