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- Where :: where is event in your photo taking place? Give some background information.
- When :: when was photograph taken? Give a specific date and include year if possible.
- Why :: why did you use this photo? Does it show a special event like a wedding or a milestone birthday? Explain why it is so memorable.
Don’t be afraid of scrapbook journaling. Just ask yourself, "What would I want to tell future generations about photos on my page?" and then write it down.
A tip to remember is that all stories have a beginning, a middle and an end.
For example, a nice way to start off your scrapbooking journaling is to give your album a title page. Use one of your favorite photos and write down who or what your album is about, you can even include famous sayings, quotes or a special poem if you want.
This leads nicely onto 'middle' part of your story, actual scrapbook pages and when you get to 'end' make a page about yourself. Perhaps use a picture of you working on one of pages and explain why you have made scrapbook.
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