What do you put in a scrapbook?
A scrapbook should always tell a story, whether it’s through photos or actually writing a story and featuring it on a page. Write out your memory, then place accompanying photos around it.
Is a scrapbook useful Why?
Keeping a scrapbook organizes your pictures and helps you keep a journal of memories. Even day to day life, when recorded, becomes history. Photos and memorabilia can be preserved for generations, if stored properly.
What size pictures are best for scrapbooking?
For small heritage photos, you could fit 9-10 on a 12”x12” layout—which wouldn’t leave much room for journaling. If you have a large portrait (say 5”x7”), I’d add only one smaller photo (maybe a 1 1/2” square) overlapping a corner of the portrait shot. Keep in mind why you’re scrapbooking.
How do you put pictures on a scrapbook?
Photos can be attached with a glue stick, double sided tape, or photo corners. If you’re using a glue stick or double sided tape, repositionable adhesive tends to work better because it allows for the option of removing the photos at a later date if they need to be copied or shared outside of your scrapbook.