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The Perfect Travel Scrapbook for Your First Summer Trip

Travel Scrapbook

Featuring a washable, durable cover with expanding library spine for unlimited page refills, this travel scrapbook is great for having on hand the next time you decide to take a cross country road trip – or if you just need a big album to handle all of your travel photos. Each page of this scrapbook offers heavy paper inserts for photo mounting, digital printing, copying, or scrapbooking and they easily slide in and out of the built-in protectors, so putting together your album is a breeze, especially since those protectors are seamless and top loading.

This travel scrapbook keeps pages flat using a screw post binding and reinforcers, plus, it’s archival and photo safe, making it a must have for keeping your photos looking their best for many years to come. If you’ve been searching for the perfect acid-free, lignin-free, and PVC-free 12×12 scrapbook, then you’ve found the right fit.

Get this travel scrapbook just in time for your late spring or early summer getaway today at

Make Your Scrapbook Supplies Double!

scrapbooking paper

We’re not talking about doubling the size of your scrapbook supply collection. We’re talking about using your scrapbook supplies to make  something other than your latest scrapbook layouts.

Believe it or not, having a huge selection of scrapbooking supplies to choose from can actually be beneficial to more than just your scrapbooking hobby. In fact, what we’ve found is that most people have enough supplies on hand to actually make a variety of other crafts – and STILL have scrapbooking supplies left over!

If you find yourself with some mismatched or leftover embellishments, scrapbooking paper, or supplies, why not try out any of these easy craft ideas?

  1. Make a homemade greeting card for a friend or family member.
  2. Decorate paper place mats with your children for a special Mother’s Day or Father’s Day meal.
  3. Send a sweet note in your sweetie’s lunch box.

This list can go on and on, but here are three that you can try out this week.

Let us know how it goes!

Crafting Favorite: Colonial Cut Craft Scissors

colonial cut craft scissors

In honor of National Craft Month, we’d like to highlight one of our favorite scrapbooking and crafting tools: Colonial Cut Craft Scissors.

Made with ambidextrous handles and smooth cutting blades for an easy to use but precise cut, these craft scissors are a must have in any crafter’s supply closet. It offers an extra long 7-inch design with a 3-inch blade for projects of all sizes and it’s ideal for a variety of tasks, including:

  • Scrapbooking
  • Trimming Photos
  • Rubber Stamping
  • Embossing
  • Stationery
  • Greeting Cards
  • School Projects

Did we mention that it’s also approved for use with ages 8 and up? Use these smooth cutting scissors with your children the next time you need to make a craft. We know you’ll love the way they cut, not to mention, the cool curvy cutouts they make!

Get Colonial Cut Craft Scissors today at

Celebrate National Craft Month

scrapbooking paper

Did you know? March is National Craft Month and at, we can’t wait to celebrate!

Crafting is such a wonderful hobby and so many people choose to enjoy their free time by making things that are both memorable and beautiful. So, if you’re an active scrapbooker or just an occasional memory maker, feel free to let your crafter flag fly! We’ve got you covered with all of the latest Pioneer craft supplies so that you can take on your next project with the best adhesives, prettiest embellishments, and of coure, archival-safe photo papers.

At, we love to craft. Scrapbooking, photo album making…if it has to do with making the most of our memories, you can count us in! Be sure to shop our selection all month love to save tons on Pioneer craft supplies that are sure to help you with your latest project. Trust us – there’s no better time to start your project than during National Craft Month!

Nylon Flower Arrangement Tutorial

Hello! readers of Memory Scrapbooks

I am Hani from Craftionary
I am a new blogger who has started blogging for the love of crafts and sharing ideas. But of all the things I do I love to make new friends the most.
Craftionary works by targeting a craft line and works to create projects linked to that specific line for about 2 months. You can find a whole lot of variety categorized from nylon flowers to origami. Instant last minute recipes to home remedies and blog designs to get crafty
Today I am going to share my tutorial about nylon flowers arrangement

You will need:
Wire, floral tape, thread, stem wire, stamens and your choice of nylon
A complete guide can be found at Material and Basic Nylon Flower
To make the petals simply wound the wire around a round cap or lid and twist the end
Now cover it with nylon and thread it at the end. Then cut of the excess of nylon
  • To make purple flower make 6 petals with a wire of diameter 6 and pull the wire into oval shape.
  • Join the white stamens to the stem wire using thread. Then thread the petals one by one.
  • Shape the petals into the shape of a flower and wrap floral tape around the stem wire
  • Find detailed instructions for making petals and assembling the flower in this post Basic Nylon Flower
  • For the flower arrangement in the basket  make 4 purple colored flowers and 6 rose colored flowers.
  • Join leaves and your beautiful flower arrangement is ready to welcome the spring.
This year welcome Spring with nylon flowers and be blessed for the colors in your life. :)
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