Hints And Tips On Scrapbooking Baby’s “Firsts”

Written by Elaine Clay

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To add a little more interest to your album try and varyrepparttar layouts, for instance make some events into double page spreads. Such as coming home fromrepparttar 116152 hospital or bath-time, which always presents an opportunity for some great photos!

Give your pages a personal touch by adding some memorabilia, using a pocket envelope, to your layouts - likerepparttar 116153 birth announcement or maybe a lock of hair from their first hair cut.

If you are new to scrapbooking and you’re unsure about starting out on your new album then a good choice would be to buy yourself a baby scrapbook kit. These kits contain everything you will need to begin scrapbooking and are a great shortcut to creating super layouts that you can be proud of.

You can also enhance your pages with some ofrepparttar 116154 many baby-related products that are available onrepparttar 116155 market. Decorate your layout with an adorable or cute baby scrapbook paper.

Then, embellish your page with some charming baby scrapbook stickers like rattles, booties, bibs, bottles etc and when they’re done display all of your beautiful pages in a lovely baby scrapbook album.

Go on… give it a go. Make yourself a baby scrapbook to savor and keep all those incredible memories. You’ll find it’s much more than just a scrapbook – it will become a precious family keepsake that you’ll treasure forever.

Elaine Clay is the owner of Online-Scrapbooking-Guide.com - your one-stop online scrapbooking resource. Find inspiration, increase your creativity and have fun with our helpful tips, ideas, articles and much more.

Feel free to use the this article - provided it is published in it’s entirety, with my resource box and a “live” clickable link to: http://www.online-scrapbooking-guide.com

All about Minibikes and Pocketbikes

Written by Gisbert Oskam

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With these fun mini bikes getting more and more faster and more popular then ever, some cities have bannedrepparttar mini motor bikes on city streets and sidewalks. Others have adopted strict safety rules. For instance, California requires riders of motorized scooters be at least 16 years old and wear helmets, andrepparttar 116151 state does not allow riding after sunset.

Although there has been an increased number of complaints aboutrepparttar 116152 motorized "pocket rockets", for instancerepparttar 116153 pocket bikes would be "low torepparttar 116154 ground and hard to see around cars and trucks", and "they're noisy",repparttar 116155 new pocket rockets and super mini bikes have never been more popular, and probably will be for some time...

Gisbert Oskam is webmaster and editor of: http://www.about-minibikes.com

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