Also known as cropping, the primary purpose of scrapbooking is to preserve memories for future generations, but a secondary purpose often is to exercise your creativity as you display your memories in a scrapbook.
What is the use of scrapbook?
Scrapbooking is a method of preserving, presenting, and arranging personal and family history in the form of a book, box, or card. Typical memorabilia include photographs, printed media, and artwork. Scrapbook albums are often decorated and frequently contain extensive journaling or written descriptions.
What is needed for scrapbooking?
Scrapbooking doesn’t require a huge investment. You’ll need an album with sheet protectors, straight-edge scissors, adhesive, plain and patterned papers, a black pen or a computer and printer for journaling, and your photos.
When was scrapbooking popular?
The 15th century
Scrapbooking history has its roots in England. In the 15th century, commonplace books and friendship albums became popular.
What is a scrapbooking crop?
A scrapbooking crop or simply a crop is a gathering of like minded people who bring their photographs, memorabilia, embellishments, paper, albums and create layouts such as the one above.