Making Family Journals: Projects and Ideas for Sharing and Recording Memories Together

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Quayside, 2006 - Crafts & Hobbies - 128 pages
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Making Family Journals is a comprehensive and inspirational collection of how-to projects and activities, from handmade family trees to photo scrapbooks, to travel journals, family recipe books and dream journals. The book is geared toward creating projects that the entire family can enjoy and participate in, from making actual mini books, to keeping a shared journal during a trip.

Families, creative moms, scrapbook artists seeking to expand their universe, book artists looking for projects to share with family will all enjoy this book, which showcases lots of new, refreshing ideas.

Included are projects that outline how to make a family tree, track a family's history, document travels, create a memory book of friends, special events, and even a dream journal, a place to keep wish lists, trips you hope to take, sights you want to see, things you want to do together. There are also tips for making a family memory collage, a homemaking journal of family traditions and recipes as well as a time capsule scrapbook.

 

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Linda Blinn is an editor, teacher, writer, designer, and artist in the mixed-media arena.

Her work as editor of Somerset Studio's M'lange focused on current trends in art journals, collage, zines and the wide spectrum of mixed media art. Her editorial credits also include work on True Colors, Signatures, and the Art Journal Calendar all published by Stampington & Co. Linda teaches in the Southern California area and at national conventions and conferences. She has also appeared on the DIY Network.

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