What Happened To The Scrapbook?

If you have a hard-drive filled with photos that have never been printed, you’re not alone. Like a shoebox of old photos sitting in the attic, many people are looking for ways to dust off their digital photo collections and enjoy them. As the thrill of digital photography subsides, there is a renewed interest in old-fashioned scrapbooking. Unlike the old days, however, modern day scrapbookers have a wealth of new technological resources to help them create amazing scrapbooks.

Photo-sharing websites, blogs and sites like Pinterest are now allowing us to make virtual scrapbooks of the things we love. If you miss old-fashioned paper, though, catalog printing can allow you to enjoy your scrapbook in a physical form. Cheap catalog printing allows you to print paper versions of your favorite Pinterest pages or put together a personalized photo book without breaking the bank. You can also scrapbook your favorite recipes, poems or anything else you want to add to a yearly memory book.

With an endless supply of photos, graphics and information available on the Internet, modern-day scrapbookers have it easy. Using Google Images, you can easily find photos of your children’s most loved toys from the past year or scenes from the best movies you saw. You can also add something extra to each page of your scrapbook by looking up words from your favorite songs. If you’re missing photos from a key event, chances are you have a friend on Facebook from whom you can grab those shots.

A modern day scrapbook can be made even better with the addition of some non-digital mementos, as well. Concert tickets, bus passes and even store receipts can be fun to look back on in years to come. If you travel to a foreign country, you can scrapbook a small currency note or an airline napkin to remember your trip. By combining the best of what the Internet has to offer with old-fashioned scrapbooking traditions, you can create a book that truly captures the memories you want to save. So if you’ve been wondering what happened to the scrapbook, the answer is, it got better.

Written by Glenn Cummins

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