Scrapbooking Resources on the Internet
I must admit right off the bat that I am not a scrap booking enthusiast. I do, however, have a sister-in-law that is a die-hard scrap book fan. If ever there was a fan club for scrap booking, my sister-in-law would be the leader.
I do however work in a public library where I have access to tons of information on a variety of sources including scrap booking. Being that I work at the library I use the internet a lot to research for information. I also do this on a personal level as well. Upon doing research on the internet, I have a variety of resources on the internet that will help every scrap booking enthusiast. Letís begin.
www.scrapbooking.com This site provides almost anything that you might need for scrap booking. From contests to demonstrating new techniques, it is pure heaven for that scrap booker in your life.
www.scrapjazz.com This site has a layout gallery full of different layouts that you can try. It also hosts different contests for those who want to show off their handiwork. You can also subscribe to newsletters, which would be sent to your email box on a regular basis.
www.creativememories.com This is the place where my sister-in-law gets all of her supplies. In the area where we live she goes to a consultant who hosts scrap booking workshops and other scrap booking events. I highly recommend this one.
http://www.bhg.com/home/Scrapbooking-Basics.html This site, done by the Better Homes and Gardens magazine provides a glossary of scrap booking terms, ideas, journaling,etc.
By researching scrap booking I have found that this is a very pleasurable activity that can involve the whole family. So gather all of those photo albums and start putting memories with those photos.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
I obtained my undergraduate degree in human resource mangement in 1996. I presently work for the Birmingham Public Library in Birmingham, Alabama as a library assistant/computer trainer.