What is Scrapbooking?
Do you remember those days as a kid pasting newspaper
clippings onto paper and bundling dozens of papers together
with some fancy ribbon or a string? Do you also remember
all of your hard work falling apart two months later?
Now there’s a grown up way to save and preserve your
The concept behind scrapbooking hasn’t changed since grade
school. You can still place photographs, newspaper clippings,
poems, and tickets into your scrapbook to display and
preserve your memories.
However, scrapbooking techniques and tools have matured
substantially since you were a kid. Scrapbooking albums
have replaced the messy bundles of paper. These albums are
generally bound or placed in a three-ring binder. In this way,
your hard work won’t fall apart. Furthermore, new
specialized covers allow protection from the outside
Paste is also a thing of the past. Specialized glue dots and
two-sided tape makes mounting your treasures simple and
mess free. Many of these products are so strong that you can
now decorate your scrapbook pages with ribbons, feathers,
flowers, or even metal charms.