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crafts4lifehi12
« on: July 18, 2012 05:01:43 PM »

i bought a scrapbook album. i also bought some of those sheets that you put in for the background. but.... i don't know what to do now. is it smart to make a scrapbook for every year, starting now? because i take a lot of pictures, but in the scrapbook, it only came with 10 pages. how do i add pages into the scrapbook? also, do you know anywhere that sells cheap scrapbook paper to put in the pages for backgrounds? i would appreciate any help i can get on creating a scrapbook. thanks  Smiley
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Alexus1325
« Reply #1 on: July 18, 2012 09:43:35 PM »

My boyfriend's sister likes to make each book with a theme. My favourite book she made features pictures of her circle of friends partying and carousing with fun little captions, stickers, speech bubbles, etc. She used photo pages and put them in a binder, though. That way, each page is self-contained and she can change their order or add new pages.

For cheap scrapbooking supplies, try a dollar store! I've seen some really cute stickers, gems, papers, corner brackets, and other random awesome stuff in the crafting section at my local dollar store.
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scrappingistherapy
« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2012 04:05:18 PM »

My albums are separated for each person in our family.  I started my kid's albums when they were babies and they go through graduation.  I also have a family album for events and occasions when we're all there.  It's a matter of preference though.  You might also have a separate album for a trip for just Christmas.

I get lots of good deals on Ebay for scrapbooking supplies.  Good luck!

Pam
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