Showcase of memories

Turn your captured memories into a sweet showcase of framed art or make a scrapbook album to cherish those moments for a lifetime! Preserve your stories for future generations to reflect on for the rest of their lives. Based on a scientific research it is believed that a child's self-esteem shoots up if they have pictures and stories about his or her life recorded. So are you ready to pull off those precious photos from your mobile or computer and put them into scrapbooks? Not sure where to begin?

A decade ago, there were limited options available in the Indian markets to create a scrapbook, embellished with beautiful pattern papers, die cuts and accessories. But today, there are endless options and possibilities available to give an artistic touch to your photo albums. Be careful not to get overwhelmed by all the supplies on the market.

Basic Supplies Needed To Get Started

  • Patterned Paper (single sided or double sided)
  • Cardstock / Cover Paper (160 gsm to 250 gsm)
  • Adhesive (Liquid Glue, Double Sided Tape and Foam Tape)
  • Paper Trimmer
  • Scissors (Fine Tip and Heavy Duty)
  • Photos
  • Pocket Sleeves 

Tips For Beginners

  • Get organized with your photos
  • Select a few high resolution photos that highlights your story
  • Narrow down your theme to an event or celebration
  • Choose the size of the photo album (6 x 6 or 8 x 8 or 8 x 11 or 12 x 12)
  • Pick paper that coordinates with your theme and photo backgrounds
  • Use photo mats to add layers to your page
  • Embellish your pages with acid-free accessories like flowers, die cuts and more
  • Use archival quality pocket sleeves to protect your work from water and heat
  • Choose paper that is not only acid free but also lignin free - keeps your photos safer for years

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What you see here is just a glimpse of one project from our collection of scrapbooks. There is lot to learn about the art of scrapbooking and the various techniques used in creating unique layouts. To continue learning about this art and getting more ideas, subscribe to our weekly updates below. 

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