If one of your earlier ancestors had scrapbooked (say 200 years ago), what kinds of things would most interest you in their albums?
Reflecting on this question might help shape the way you scrapbook today.
Their way of life. I would want to see their house, their farm, their land, how they got around/traveled, what activities they went to, what clothes they wore on a regular day, their schools...etc.
Ever experienced this? Tabnesia....when you look at the tab that you opened sometime ago with no idea why you were at that web site. I think I may have been "afflicted" with this a few times.
P.S. Yes, this one is certainly "just for fun!" Did you smile?
Would you pay someone to make a scrapbook for you?
There are people who do these services and they are called "Scrap for Hire?"
Sometimes you will see products listed with a license to "S4H" and that gives people who scrap for other people a license to use the product for layouts for other people.
What are the unproductive pitfalls of scrappers?
What you can do to avoid the pitfalls of unproductive scrappers?
Updated 12-10-2012 at 09:05 AM by Hummie
I created a layout with clown costumes of many bright colors and I pulled in about 15 papers and tried re-coloring them and none of them look right!
Has anyone else ever worked so hard to find just the right paper from your stash? What is the most papers (approximately) that you have tested in a layout until you found just the right one (like goldilocks!--it's juussst right).