Make A Scrapbook – More Than Just A Picture Collection
Scrapbooks are not simply for images. When I was in elementary school, I had a scrapbook.
I tried to keep movie ticket stubs, concert ticket stubs, letters from family and friends, an examination with an A+ on it and various other items.
Today, we can still preserve those memories by adding these additional items to our scrapbooks.
One Note: If you include the original in your scrapbook, then also keep a copy for future use.
So, what types of “LIFE AWESOMENESS” can you put into scrapbooks?
- Report Cards
- Essays from School
- Birthday Invites
- Maps of Cities Visited
- College Brochures
- Greeting Cards
- Post Cards
- Decorative Napkins
- Location Cards from Table Settings
- Pressed Flowers
- Receipts from a Favorite Dining establishments
- Play and Show Programs
- Sporting Occasion Tickets and Programs
- Publication and Newspaper Articles
- Old Drivers Licenses
- Music CD/DVD Covers
- DVD Movie Covers
These products can be customized for use on specific scrapbook pages or they can be left intact and put into a sheet protector alongside photos of the occasions they represent.
There is no restriction on the items that you can put into your scrapbook. Added items can help put much more context into the total story.