scrapbooking


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scrapbooking

(ˈskræpˌbʊkɪŋ)
n
the keeping of scrapbooks
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For her, a love of scrapbooking arose out of a need to organize her memories for herself and her children.
Kathryn, 28, said: "I have always been into crafts and card making and I started doing scrapbooking about 18 months ago.
Randy and Keleasa Harryman opened Scrapbook Heaven in response to the growing popularity of scrapbooking as a hobby.
Most hobby magazines now have Web sites that direct hobbyists to scrapbooking stores in whatever part of the country they visit.
The event provides guests with a weekend of scrapbooking ideas, products, hands-on classes and Make-It Take-It opportunities.
A little research on the Internet led Issra to scrapbooking. As much a journal as a photo album, a scrapbook can include all kinds of memorabilia - postcards, ticket stubs, seashells, receipts, pressed flowers - the list is endless and can be as personal as you want it to be.
Scrapbooking has become a popular and widespread activity for those who wish to create commemorative collection which is usually themed based and showcasing a particular life, event, or subject.
It was while visiting her sister in Canada that she saw how hugely popular the craft of scrapbooking was over there and thought there could be a business opportunity in it.
MTCE, a show dedicated to the scrapbooking industry, will be located on the second level of the South Hall, and is sponsored by the Professional Scrapbook Retailers Organization (PSRO)--a PMA member association.
She has introduced the hobby of "scrapbooking" to hundreds of people and is now on a shortlist for an award to acknowledge her enterprise.
There are plenty of books on scrapbooking in the market, but this packs in so much more information than competitors that it's the recommended pick for any library seeking just one or two authoritative texts on the subject.
In Northumberland, Blyth-based scrapbooking group the Isabella Crop Circle has been awarded pounds 8,532 to buy start-up equipment and material for people who cannot afford to take up the hobby.