Five Easy Scrapbook Ideas

Seeking easy scrapbook ideas that won't get you hours to accomplish? Look no further! This document will present five simple scrapbooking layout suggestions to highlight your photos to make your family's stories shine.

1. Better of. Create a scrapbook layout that highlights your family's "Best Of." As an example, for any family vacation page, pick one photo that shows the highlight with the trip. Then have each relative list their best memory from your trip. (Bonus: Build a whole album determined by this idea, with one page about favorite food, one page about favorite attraction, one page about favorite moment, etc.).

2. 5 top. Much like the "Best Of" scrapbook layout, the "Top 5" page can target the top movies of the season, the top plays in a soccer season, or top songs your teen listens to. Note: This process is a great supply of young kids involved with your scrapbooking! They love lists and having their opinions in writing.

3. Who/What/When/Where/Why. Opt for "just the facts" on your own scrapbooking layout by selecting several photos and accompanying them the basic principles. Tell who's inside the photo, what they're doing, when and where the photos were taken, and why we were holding there. You could return back later and add in additional stories to flesh your details.

4. In short... What if you had to decide on merely one word or perhaps a phrase to conclude the event or moment you are documenting? What about a photo collage of your kids running with the summer sprinklers might be titled, "Showers of Fun." A photo of one's mom snuggling her first grandchild could possibly be headlined with, "Pure Love." Sometimes a word or two 's all you will need!

5. 1-2-3. If you are capturing a conference that unfolds after a while, three photos may be all that you should convey the full story. For instance, for any wedding page, you could have one photo of the bride walking down the aisle along with her father, among the couple at the altar, and something of the happy newlyweds leaving the church. The story is told by having a number of progressive photos in your scrapbook page.