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Summertime Scrapbooks Start with Scrapbook Kits

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Summertime is the perfect time for scrapbooking. There are vacations, backyard BBQs, weddings, graduations…there are just so many special moments that tend to happen during the warmer summer months. So, if you’ve been looking to scrapbook and haven’t figured out the perfect time to start – now is the time!

So where to begin?

Well, at, we’re the perfect place to start looking for summertime scrapbook supplies. From Pioneer scrapbooks to embellishments that make your pages shine, our selection of scrapbooking supplies is the first place to look when you want to start a summertime scrapbook of your own. Not sure what you need? The easiest way to get what you need is to start out with one of our scrapbooking kits.

Scrapbooking kits are perfect for putting together with the kids or on your own – whichever you’d rather. They include the scrapbook, paper, scissors, photo mounts, and other crafting supplies you need. All you need to do is sprinkle in some creativity and your favorite photos of summertime moments.

Make your first summer scrapbook and make the memories last with summertime scrapbooks and scrapbooking kits from

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

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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Must Snap Halloween Photos

halloween pumpkin

Halloween is almost here and if you want to be prepared, be sure to follow this little checklist from We’ve outlined all of the photos you’ll need to take for putting together an awesome Halloween scrapbook or Halloween scrapbook page this year.

Here are the must-snap photos of the holiday!

  • A photo of you and your children in costume.
  • Photos of your children knocking on doors.
  • Photos of your children getting reading before trick-0r-treating (putting on the costume, makeup, etc.)
  • Photos of Halloween candy they get as they go along.
  • Photos of spooky Halloween decorations and decorated houses. Sometimes, they’re more memorable than the costumes and candy!
  • Photos of your children and their friends, all in costume.
  • Photos of your child with friends, neighbors, and family members.
  • Photos of the trick-or-treat bag as it fills up with goodies!
  • Photos of your child’s Halloween parade at school
  • Photos of your child enjoying some candy later on or the next day.

These are just a few of the photos we recommend taking. The possibilities are really endless! What photos do you enjoy taking on Halloween night?

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Celebrate Autumn

Autumn Scrapbook

On September 22nd, the seasons will change. Are you ready for fall?

Autumn is one of the most beautiful and serene times of year. Changing leaves, cooler temperatures, and of course, some great holidays, make fall a time for creating and storing memories. This fall, as you and your family spend the season enjoying pumpkin pie, leaf piles, and trick-or-treating, be sure to bring along the camera. You won’t want to miss a minute!

At, we know that fall can be so much fun and to help you capture this season’s memories, we offer tons of scrapbooking supplies, embellishments, and more so that you can take those photos of Halloween costumes, trips to the apple orchard, and Thanksgiving preparations and put them into something special: a fall-themed scrapbook.

Get your fall scrapbook supplies today at and start planning your autumn adventures.

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It’s National Ice Cream Month

July is smack in the middle of the summer, and nothing says summer better than a nice scoop of ice cream!  Why not make an ice cream themed scrapbook to commemorate one of the best features of the season?  Take some ice cream pictures and get rolling!

Have a Sundae Sunday

Create a sundae bar at your house one Sunday afternoon.  Here are a few tips for getting your sundae stuff together:

  • Get a few different flavors of ice cream and line the tubs up on the table.  Have a scoop ready for each.
  • Set out individual bowls for everyone that will be there.  Make sure you have spoons, too!
  • Get a few different toppings for your ice cream.  Nuts, candy, sprinkles, different syrups, and whipped cream.  Have some cherries to put on top.
  • Let everyone make their own sundae.

national ice cream month memory scrapbooks

Ice Cream Scrapbooking
When you’re ready to scrapbook your ice cream extravaganza, get a nice light-colored scrapbook.  You can even have your kids make paper ice cream cones to use as embellishments.  Have fun with it!

Make sure you take pictures of the sundae bar before everyone starts eating.  Take pictures of what everyone’s sundae looks like, and get a few shots of them eating.  (You might want to have a few napkins on hand, too!)

Keep Your Kids Around when the Summer is Over

Scrapbook summer memory scrapbooks

The summer is about halfway over (hard to believe, we know!).  You still have a lot of living left to do out there.  But you need to have back-to-school time in the back of your head.  In the three months that your kids are home over the summer, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to take pictures of them.  They’ll be running around, swimming, playing ball, and doing all sorts of things.  It’s the perfect opportunity for you to create a summertime scrapbook.  That way, when they go back to school, you’ll have something to look at.

Because, let’s face it, our kids might wear us out over the summer.  They’re like beings with virtually endless energy.  They’ll run around from sunup to sundown.  We can’t always keep up.  So there’s going to be a bit of relief when they walk onto the school bus for the first time in the fall.  You’ll finally have a day to yourself.  But if you find yourself lonely for the energy of summer, you can pull out your summertime scrapbook.  Our kids might wear us out, but we love them anyway!

So grab a scrapbook from and start putting your kids’ summer down on the page!

Scrapbook for National Picnic Month

July is National Picnic Month, and it’s a perfect opportunity to scrapbook!  Picnics are great fun when you can get the whole family together.  But in order to get the best pictures for your scrapbook, you need to have an awesome picnic! has some picnic tips for you to get started.  Make sure you bring your camera!

Memory Scrapbooks national picnic month

  • A city or state park naturally lends itself to a great picnic.  There are picnic tables, bathrooms, and plenty of room to run around.  But there are other great picnic options, too!  Try the beach, a zoo, botanical gardens, the grounds of a museum, a public pool, or even your own back yard. Just make sure you have permission to picnic at the location you choose.
  • You also need some activities to do at a picnic.  Think about flying kites, playing volleyball, badminton, croquet, or soccer.  You could even do some bird watching!
  • What’s a picnic without food?  Nothing!  Your picnic menu is important.  You could go with simple sandwiches, or you could get a bit more elaborate with grilled burgers and dogs. Remember dessert, too.  Cookies are perfect for a picnic.

Get out there and enjoy National Picnic Month.  Have fun, take some pictures, and make a great scrapbook!

Scrapbooking For Graduates

graduationIt’s graduation season.  Students of all ages are going to be graduating from pre-school, high school, college— you name it!  Graduation is always a memorable occasion;  and it’s a time for looking back on the graduate’s education and life up to this point.  There’s no better way to do that than with a scrapbook!

Some things to hang on to

  • The program from graduation is a great thing to put in the scrapbook.  It has everyone’s name in it, and it’s something that you’ll want to look back on.
  • If you don’t mind things getting a little bumpy, you can go ahead and put one of the graduation tassels in there.  Oftentimes, you can order extra tassels so that you can keep on on the hat and use one for some other keepsake— like a scrapbook!
  • It might be possible to get copies of the speeches given at the ceremony.  At the very least, write down some memorable quotes so that you can look back on the advice given by the keynote speakers.
  • If you got tickets for graduation, hang on to those, too!

Gather pictures from throughout the graduate’s life to create a nice retrospective scrapbook that culminates with his or her graduation!  However you decide to put it together, has some inspirational albums to get you started.

Easter Scrapbooking


Like with most holidays, these days become a great time to capture some holiday snapshots and put together a scrapbook to showcase your favorite memories. With the holiday of Easter, look forward to capturing pictures of the young ones with their Easter dresses and bonnets, fun times at the egg hunt, poses with the Easter bunny and more. Plus, this holiday allows you to scrapbook with pretty pastels and bunny, chicks and spring flower embellishments.

Not a child’s first Easter? Collect pictures from past Easters and create a collage of pictures throughout the years.

Remember the “firsts” of this holiday. Those can be the first picture with the Easter bunny, the first egg hunt or his or her first Easter basket.

For many, Easter is about the religious significance rather than the materialistic things. Focus on your faith on your scrapbook pages. There may be things that are part of your life that are symbolic and journaling about these experiences in an Easter scrapbooking is another technique to consider.

Creating a single scrapbook for Easter or including a few Easter pages to your Holiday scrapbook is a great way to cherish your pictures and to celebrate each of the holidays. Easter will be here before you know it, so make sure you have your camera ready and brainstorm some Easter related page layouts.

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