Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Heritage scrapbooking. Get inspired and try out new things.
In a recent post, I shared some tips for organizing heritage photos. Of course, photos are the most important part of scrapbooking — but I’d argue that MEMORABILIA is a close second! In…
Leslie Schnakenberg saved to Scrapbooking
My young son is turning 13 soon. This year it's his bar-Mitzvah year which means he has special events throughout the year not only with the family but at school too. One of the highlights of the year is creating a heritage book. This is a few months process where the kids find out about their roots and ancestors through interviews, photos, stories and memorabilia. my son started this process in a very reluctant way, not really understanding why does he need to do such an elaborate work…
Debbie Miller saved to scrapbooking
At the heart of scrapbooking is the idea of preserving memories and telling stories in a meaningful way that will last. Scrapbooks are a great way to preserve your family’s history and be artistic …
Creating an ancestry photo book can be daunting. You may feel paralyzed about where to begin. Here are my step-by-step tips to make the process manageable and fun.
Wendy Bosier saved to Scrapbook Layouts
Learn how small family trees make a great addition to heritage scrapbook layouts.
Cheryl Rojo saved to family tree
Vintage Digital Scrapbook Page - Vintage Spring Digital Scrapbook Layout - Pre-Made Shabby Vintage Q
Violet Moores saved to Heritage Ideas
My partner and his sister Then and Now pages are fun to do if you have the photos. Sometimes it is a bit of serendipity to find a pair o...
Charlotte ryan saved to scrapbook ideas & layouts
Get inspired in the Scrapbook.com Gallery. View layouts, digital layouts, other projects, photos and more.
Gladys (White Deer Studio) saved to Scrapbooking
Hello, Memory Bound friends! On a recent Facebook Live video, I shared some scrapbooks I’ve been working on lately, including a few pages from my heritage albums. From the comments and questi…
Kim DesAutels saved to Heritage Scrapbooking
Elizabeth was the third daughter of Ellen and John Middlebrook, born in December 1851 in Millbridge Yorkshire. She was at least the third generation of Elizabeth Middlebrooks, being named after an Aunt, and a Great Aunt . Elizabeth was 11 when she along with her parents and siblings left England and made the long journey to New Zealand aboard the Shalimar, arriving in December 1862. Just 6 years later in 1868 she married George Douglas Hardy, and soon after they made their home in Duke…
Heather Rutter saved to Scrapbooking