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Archive for December, 2010

New Year, New Scrapbooks

  • Starting off the new year with lots of photos of family and friends?
  • Need a way to organize all of 2010’s memories?
  • Want to give scrapbooks and photo albums as gifts for 2011 holidays and occasions?


Then be sure to stop by to stock up on all of the essentials for creating new scrapbooks in the new year. From scrapbooks to house school pictures to photo albums that can keep your holiday photo inventory organized, simply has everything you need to make the most of your memories.

Made by Pioneer and designed to be archival-safe, these high quality photo albums, scrapbooks, and scrapbooking supplies in our selection ensure that all of your photos and scraps stay safe and sound, even during years of storage. Pages are made using acid-free, lignin-free, and PVC-free materials, so there’s no chance of discoloration over time. Plus, with so many different options to choose from, it’s easy to make the right choice for your photos.

Select from our wide array of albums and scrapbooks to find 2011 scrapbooks that are perfect for celebrating holidays, giving as gifts, or even just delighting you for your hobby! Shop our selection today and save on this New Year’s essential.

Scrapbook Idea: Pages with Holiday Spirit

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Christmastime is a time that’s perfect for scrapbooking and if you’re thinking of making a holiday scrapbook or Christmas scrapbook for your family to enjoy for many years to come, we have a few ideas that can help you make your pages top. Use these tips to really capture the holiday spirit in your Christmas scrapbook:

  • Instead of colored paper or backgrounds, try using wrapping paper from the presents to decorate your pages. It’s just so much more meaningful!
  • Speaking of wrapping paper, try making a “patchwork quilt” of paper by cutting out pieces and putting them together in a fun design for the cover. Once laminated, you’ll have a work of art that’s sure to celebrate the season.
  • Take plenty of pictures of the holiday chaos. Everything from bed head and pajamas down to Christmas smiles needs to be captured.
  • If you made homemade ornaments with your children this year, try including one (or at least a photo of one) on your scrapbook pages. It’ll keep the tradition alive!

What other ideas do you have for making the most of your holiday scrapbook?

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Kid-Friendly Holiday Project: Magic Reindeer Food!

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The holiday season is upon us and if you’re ready to start celebrating with your family, why not do a fun craft project? We love making crafts with our children and to help you get in the holiday spirit, we think you’ll love this recipe/craft idea for Magic Reindeer Food! As a family favorite, this stocking stuffer is sure to delight everyone in your family, not to mention, spread some holiday cheer!

Here’s what you’ll need:
Paper or index cards
Craft scissors
Plastic baggies (or small clear food packages)
Hole Punch
1/2 cup uncooked oatmeal
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup red or green sugar crystals (as used for cake decorating)

In a plastic bag, combine together the oatmeal, sugar, and sugar crystals. Shake well and seal the bag using ribbon or the zip lock. Then, tie ribbon around the top of the bag so that it forms a pouch. Then, take the paper or index card, cut around it with craft scissors to make a playful border, and write the following message on it using the markers. Feel free to decorate the index card with a holiday theme :)

Be sure to take this magic food and sprinkle on the lawn,
On Christmas, Santa’s reindeer travel miles before the dawn.
The smell of oats and glitter path will guide them on their way
And you’ll wake up to Santa’s gifts next morn on Christmas Day!

Once that’s done, punch a hole in the corner of the index card or paper and use ribbon to tie it to the top of the pouch. This makes the label for the magic reindeer food! That’s it – you’re done!

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Stocking Stuffer for a Scrapbooker

Scalloped Craft ScissorsScrapbookers are tough people to shop for, but when you check out the selection of gifts and scrapbook supplies at, it can be easy to find the perfect gift for any scrapbooker on your list.

One of our favorite gifts to give this season is a pair of Scalloped Cut Craft Scissors. This scrapbooker’s stocking stuffer is ideal for gifting as part of a larger scrapbooking supply set or alone for a Secret Santa exchange.

These extra long, 7-inch design scissors offer a sharp cut with a 3-inch blade that will cut smooth without ripping or tearing the paper. As an ideal fit for any scrapbooker, these craft scissors are great for scrapbooking, trimming photos, rubber stamping, embossing, stationery, greeting cards, and even school projects! Yes, these scissors have ambidextrous handles and are safe for ages 8 and up. What more could you want with a pair of crafting scissors?

Get it all with these craft scissors from our selection. Any scrapbooker would love to receive them as a gift!

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