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Concerts are full of good memories, like watching your favorite singer or band perform your favorite songs while you and your friends sing along. But how will you remember it, and how will you share your memories with your friends and family who weren’t there? Like most things in life, this could all be solved by scrapbooking!

Putting together the perfect concert scrapbook depends on the pictures. But more and more venues are not allowing cameras in the concert area. Be sure to take a lot of pictures while tailgating, or hitting the diner after the concert with friends! This way you will have fun photos to fill your scrapbook with if you cannot get any photos of the concert.

Also, while at the concert there are plenty of little things you could pick up for making a scrapbook. During the show the artists usually throw guitar picks and drum sticks into the crowd. In some cases you could find yourself with a t-shirt, autographed photo, or a set list. These hard-to-come-by items could really make your scrapbook, or Storage Box, quite interesting!

The one item every concert go-er has in their possession is the ticket stub. It’s a nice little reminder of the concert you’ve been to, especially if you were lucky enough to get it signed!

There are plenty of things you could put into your concert scrapbook to remind you of that night – just make sure it has personality! The scrapbook should reflect your mood and the mood of the concert. This way you can represent how you felt that night.

The most important part of this process is to have fun, and be sure to have enough supplies. If you need any refill pages or the scrapbook itself, check in with us at Memory Scrapbooks for all your scrapbooking needs.

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