All about me scrapbook topics
We Dare You: Scrapbook Challenges about Real Life by Kristi ProkopiakFeel like a challenge - a scrapbooking challenge? Then open the pages of this book and get inspired to create some of the most personal, funny and random layouts youve ever made.
Since 2005, the authors have posted scrapbook challenges - scrapbook Dares - on their website... challenges designed to really get you to think about your life, your art, yourself. In this book, the authors showcase some of the best challenges from their site along with over 25 new challenges to get your creative juices flowing. And the layouts inspired by the Dares, created by the authors and their amazing contributing artists, are the perfect jumpstart to get you thinking about your scrapbooking in a whole new way.
All About Me Album!
My friend Brenda asked me about this project earlier this week, so I thought now was a good time to show you the finished scrapbook and share some thoughts on organizing a project like this for a group of Brownies or other kiddos. For this project we put together a kit for each girl. We thought it would be easier for each girl to have a kit instead of a bunch of random products to choose from.
50 Simple Scrapbooking Page Ideas
Anytime is a good time to finally get those scrapbooking ideas down on paper or patterned paper! It can be easy to have incredible experiences but no time to document all of those memories. Luckily, we have a slew of scrapbook ideas that will get your scrapbook design juices flowing. Amy Tangerine is a master at making everyday look amazing. This interview-style layout could be used for graduates who are ready to take on the world. There are SO many ways to make travel memories last a lifetime. Snap pictures during your time on the long airplane or car ride, save maps from your road-trip, or arrange the scraps from some of your favorite haunts to make vacation memory scrapbooking ok, ok, and shadow-box displays easy as pie.
Making scrapbook pages about yourself is an awesome thing to give to friends, family AND yourself. Read on for tips that show you how to write about yourself on scrapbook pages. Begin by understanding that your story is about YOU. You are the protagonist — not your husband or your mom or your cousin, but you. Let yourself get the story down any which way first and then go back and find the parts you need and shape the story. Knowing your audience will affect which details are known and which need to be told. It will affect your tone and voice.
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Do you ever feel like you scrapbook just about others and never about yourself? It can be a challenge just to get yourself in front of the camera, so scrapbooking about yourself is probably at the bottom of your list.
See them as scrapbooking challenges to give your creativity juice a pump. Attempt all the ideas or pick the ones that speak to you. Too many scrapbookers hide behind the cameras taking countless photos of their loved ones, and neglect to have themselves in the photos and even forget about scrapbooking topics close to their hearts. Remember one of the core tenets of scrapbooking is to document your personal life stories. Your voice. Your kids, your grandchildren and your future generations would love to know more about you.
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