Let's take another look at all 10 popular styles of scrapbooking that I've been highlighting. I'll share one example for each. If you would like to see them all again, just keep scrolling backward until you've reviewed them all.
scrapbooking using kits
bare basics scrapbooking
Project Life (NEW to Stampin' Up!!!)
Scrapbooking your heritage: Heritage Albums
Digital Heritage Scrapbooking
I'm sure I've probably forgotten something else here, but these are the methods I've used... so far. What do I like the best? I'm most often a traditional scrapbooker. I think this is mostly because my generation likes to make albums to preserve and share our family history. Do I like trying the other methods? Yes, I do! I think they all have their place. I would not place vintage photos in a paper bag album, but I would enjoy making a paper bag album for a gift for someone or to showcase an event. I LOVE making framed projects... vintage and more modern... but you can't put all your photos up on the wall or on a shelf, nor would you want to do so. So, again, how do you decide?
Do what works for you.
Do what best preserves and showcases your memories.
Do what works best for what you're trying to preserve or share. Try them all and you'll know what works best for you. Do you need to buy supplies to try each and every style and method of scrapbooking? Absolutely not! Try different classes, where everything is supplied and prepared for you. Then, you'll learn how to do each method and you'll know what works best for you.
However you choose to do it, the whole purpose of scrapbooking is to showcase and preserve your memories... to tell your story. You'll end up with something to treasure for years to come.
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