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Five Easy Scrapbook Ideas
Trying to find easy scrapbook ideas which don't call for hours to complete? Your search! This
information will present five simple scrapbooking layout tips to highlight your photos and make
your family's stories shine.
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1. Better of. Create a scrapbook layout that highlights your family's "Best Of." For example, for any
vacation page, pick one photo that shows the highlight in the trip. Then have each family member
list their best memory through the trip. (Bonus: Produce a whole album based on this idea, with
one page about favorite food, one page about favorite attraction, one page about favorite
moment, etc.).
2. Top 5. Just like the "Best Of" scrapbook layout, the "Top 5" page can focus on the top movies of
this year, the top plays in the soccer season, or top songs your child listens to. Note: This process is
a superb method of getting the kids involved in your scrapbooking! They love lists and having their
opinions on paper.
3. Who/What/When/Where/Why. Choose "just the facts" on the scrapbooking layout by selecting
a number of photos and accompanying these with the basics. Tell who's from the photo, what
they're doing, location the photos were taken, and why they were there. It's possible to turn back
later and incorporate additional stories to flesh out your details.
4. In a Word... Let's say you had to select only 1 word or perhaps a phrase to conclude the big
event or moment you might be documenting? What about a photo collage of one's kids running
from the summer sprinklers could possibly be titled, "Showers of Fun." A photo of your respective
mom snuggling her first grandchild may be headlined with, "Pure Love." A word or two is all you
may need!
5. 1-2-3. Should you be capturing a meeting that unfolds after a while, three photos could possibly
be all that you should convey the complete story. For instance, for the wedding page, you may
have one photo of the bride walking around the aisle along with her father, one of the couple on
the altar, and something from the happy newlyweds leaving the church. The storyplot is told via a
number of progressive photos on your own scrapbook page.