Family Scrapbooks: Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow

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Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, 2001 - Family & Relationships - 144 pages
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Combine new methods with old as you merge your past and present. Translate everyday events and shared family routines into beautiful or whimsical pages that capture your special memories. Punch art, pop-ups and lift-the-flap pages, and kaleidoscopes will bring your story to life. Scrapbooks celebrate the importance of even the simplest times that we share with friends and family. With some thought and planning -- and some creativity and fun -- you can design pages that capture the essence of each of the days in your family's lives, days that you and future generations won't want to forget.

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Contents

Yesterday
29
Creating Your Family
41
Preserving Family Recipes
47
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Michele Gerbrandt, founder & editorial director of "Memory Makers" magazine - the first source for scrapbook ideas - is a dedicated scrapbooker who travels the country demonstrating the joy of experimenting with cropping, color, matting & placing photos on a page.

Deborah Cannarella is a freelance writer & editor in Woodbury, Connecticut.

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