Scrapin on the InternetUse Heritage Makers to build your scrapbook online. They will convert it into a hard-bound book and send it to you in the mail. If your cut and paste skills are all digital, this is the site for you.
ParentsAsTeachers.org offers a service that is truly unique. You can build your scrapbook online. Upload your pictures and arrange them on virtual pages, for your friends and family to see. You may live far apart, but now you can work on a scrapbook together.
SoftwareI Remember is one of the few programs for the Mac, devoted to scrapbooking.
Scrappin MagazinesHere are some wonderful scrapbooking magazines that you can order on-line, in association with Amazon.com. The prices shown here are approximate. Each subscription lasts one year.
If you would like to order more than one scrappin magazine or book, click on an item and addit to your cart, then use your back button to return to this page, click on the next item and add it to your cart, and so on. Finally, click on the last item you want, add it to your cart, then make your purchase. Amazon.com remembers the items you have placed in your cart, even if you back out of their site for a short time. Of course you can browse around for similar items before checkout.
Scrappin BooksHere are some excellent books on scrapbooking. Again, prices are approximate.
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Other Internet Resources for ScrapbookingMeet in person with other local Scrapbookers for conversation, inspiration and fun!
Here is a great site filled with free scrapbooking ideas. Includes loads of useful tips for creating scrapbook albums, planning your page layouts and using kits, stickers, quotes and other embellishments to display your treasured photos.
Friendship greeting cards - words and designs may carry over to scrapbooking.
You almost remember that Bible verse, but not quite. Go to the Bible Gateway. Look up passages by reference or by key words and see the result in almost any translation, King James, International, you name it. Hint, if you're looking up a passage with keywords like "Thou" and "cometh", remember to check the King James box, or you'll never find it.
If you are looking for the words to your favorite song, go to google. As you probably know, google is a general search engine - you can look up anything on the net. You might expect a song-centered web site to do better. Indeed, there are lots of song-lyrics search engines out there - but most of them focus on a particular type of music, and some even focus on a particular artist. Google rises above all this, and searches across the entire Internet. In my experience, google is your best bet. Enter the title of the song in quotes, and then the word lyrics.
"this land is your land" lyrics
The best song lyrics site is probably LyricsTime.com.
Historic Headlines. What were the headlines on the day you were born? Place a headline along side a picture in your scrapbook, for context.
Find out who else shares your birthday.
Name origins and meanings.
How did your holiday traditions get started? Find out here.
Dover Publications has created an online library of childrens books and stories, and an archive of free clipart.
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