Before I began Scrapbooking, several years ago, I had no idea how to do ‘scrapbook’. Scrapbooking to me was something I’d done when I was young, in school. Glue and stick pictures into one of those shop bought scrapbooks made from that awful craft paper which behaved more like blotting paper. It was rough and horrid and … normally .. grey!
I had to learn what scrapbooking was about. What did people do in a scrapbook. And do you know what I learnt? I found out that Scrapbooking is as different as we all are. It means something different to everyone. There can be some guidelines, but there aren’t really any hard and fast rules.
You see … your scrapbook is, well, yours. You have a story which will either just be a story without a photograph but with perhaps a memento – or you might just have one photo but lots of love and memories which wind around that one picture.
Whatever your story is – why not scrapbook it? There’s no mystery to scrapbooking. There’s just lots of love hidden in pages. So go on… hide your love inside some pages, for your future generations to find, and for you to look back on and remember in the times to come.