Saving photos and memories is just as important today as it was years ago. Maybe it is even more important. With all of the photos being left on hard drives and forgotten about, getting the photos printed and into a scrapbook can assure that your family memories will be passed on for future generations.
We scrapbook to preserve our memories. With all of the digital cameras and phone cameras these days, there are even more opportunities to preserve your day to day memories. We just have to take the time to scrapbook and journal about those memories.
Scrapbooking made a comeback! More and more scrapbookers are picking their scissors back up. They are sifting through their supplies and getting rid of things they don't think they will use so they can make way for new items!
Lisa Bearnson, the founder of Creating Keepsakes magazine, is playing a crucial role in the scrapbooking comeback! Her new line of scrapbooking products called Anthology by Lisa Bearnson is creating quite the stir among scrapbookers. Scrapbookers that had packed up their supplies are now dusting them off and getting excited about the new Anthology kits, embellishments, and stamps. New supplies have a way of inspiring creativity!
More and more crops are taking place all around the country. Crops are where scrapbookers join together with other scrapbookers and spend a weekend concentrating on preserving their family memories. Scrap Camp Weekend Retreat is making a return as well!
Maybe you are one of the scrapbookers that never put down your scissors and glue? This scrapbook revival is going to be exciting for you too! Check out the new Anthology line available for paper scrappers as well as digi scrappers! You can visit my website to take a peak! Click the button on my site which will direct you to the Youngevity page to sign up as preferred member in the top right hand corner.
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