With scrapbook making, photos and images are the big shots. The creative use and placement of photos can harness the playground of the imagination whose value can infuse a dynamic feel to the overall design. Here are some tips to get your photos tell exciting stories in your scrapbook:
If you will be printing photos, you may want to do some retouching (e.g. adjusting exposure, adding some tint, etc.). These aren’t too difficult to execute and there are lots of tutorials and apps online that you can follow.
Choose a photo that will serve as a focal point. This will serve as the central element for your page. You don’t always have to take that literally, though. It may actually be better to put the focal-point photo at the upper left corner for left-to-right reading orientation.
Scrapbooking is a fun and wonderful way of preserving the memories of your special day. It’s livelier than a typical wedding album, which makes your moments more memorable as each page is turned. Here are some scrapbooking tips for your wedding memorabilia:
Choosing Your Album
Find an album style that allows you to move around the pages easily to make organizing less stressful. Some good choices will be a 3-ring binder-style or post-bound album. You can open a standard post-bound album at the back to add in more pages and simply pull the page from the protector should you wish to replace or switch pages. Continue reading
Just as a budding Michelangelo would need a chisel and a blank canvas to paint, a scrapbooking novice would require tools to get started on his or her new-found passion. The first thing you’ll need, naturally, is a scrapbook. There’s a wide variety of wholesale scrapbooking supplies available in craft shops and online stores so there’s always something to inspire you to be creative and unique with your work.
Bouquets, diamonds, and grand gestures aren’t always the best ways to show someone how you feel. A thoughtful gift is worth more than anything money could buy, especially if it’s customized for the one you love. Sometimes small, inexpensive presents are the ones that are appreciated the most, and even something as simple as a card could be used to express boundless emotions.