Paper Bag Scrapbook

March 29, 2005 by  
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Anyone read the book What I Saw and How I Lied By Judy Blundell?

Im doing a project for school. Compile a scrapbook belonging to one of the major characters. Pretending you are that character, put together a collection of special memories and mementoes related to the book. Your scrapbook must be minimum of ten pages long (not including the cover) with information on the front and back of each page. Be true to that character, and find a way to relate the items to other characters. For each item, photo, note, program, etc. that you include, write a few sentences about the item as if the character is writing in a diary about where this item is from and what it means that’s special. Use things that can be put on paper (no large items that require boxes, bags, etc.)

No im not asking for someone to do this for me, Ive started reading the book, but im needing help picking out parts of the book to include in my scrapbook! Id hate to have to re-read it all. anyone?

this article is all i can find to help you

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/What_I_Saw_and_How_I_Lied

Scrapbooking Ideas: 7 Scrapbooking For Kids Projects

When you think of scrapbooking you usually think of making scrapbook albums. How you tried using your scrapbooking materials for other projects? These project ideas are great for scrapbooking with kids.

1. Decorate jars and use them as small storage items in your children's bedrooms, like marble collections or collectible game cards. Look in your scrapbooking supplies for stickers and rub-ons to embellish any size jar. Baby food jars and Mason jars work well for this project.

2. Make greeting cards when scrapbooking with your children. Nearly any type of scrapbooking material can be used for making cards. Children will love creating their own Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day or birthday cards.

3. Holiday decorations are easy to make with scrapbooking materials. For example, Thanksgiving embellishments and cardstock can make name plates for the holiday table. Use your creativity and help your children make a centerpiece for the table out of paper and scrapbooking supplies.

4. Help your child keep a vacation journal. Before you go on vacation, create a scrapbook album to take along and have your child complete the album while traveling. Select a small album so it will be easy to pack in a child's carry-on bag. Have pages pre-designed for some of the places you are planning to visit. You could even include some journaling prompts throughout the album. Some examples are "My Favorite Ride at Disneyland" or "The Best Thing about Staying in a Hotel." Then attach a small plastic bag filled with colored pencils or markers, lots of vacation-themed stickers and some adhesive to attach memorabilia and photos from the trip. Let your child do the rest!

5. Scrapbooking for children is an opportunity to make gifts for your family. Flip through any scrapbooking magazine, and you are sure to see a gift project. Your child can use scrapbooking supplies to make picture frames, pencil holders, photo cubes, or note cards. Children also can design pre-made gift scrapbooks, like a recipe album for grandma or an ABC album for a new baby cousin.

6. Christmas ornaments make great scrapbooking projects for gifts. There is no limit to the kinds of ornaments you can make from scrapbooking supplies. Don't be afraid to get messy and use glitter for this project.

7. Birthday parties and sleepovers are the perfect project for using your scrapbooking supplies with your children. Begin with crafting invitations out of paper and embellishments. Have enough materials to keep the same theme throughout the project. Take the time to create thank you notes at the same time. Then use your scrapbook materials to make napkin holders, name plates, centerpieces and party decorations. Finally, using the same theme, decorate goodie bags for your guests to take home.

You'll find hours of fun in these scrapbooking for kids projects. In most cases, you have everything you need in your scrapbooking supplies right now. Scrapbooking for children is a chance to spend quality time with your kids and encourage their creativity and imaginations. Try one of these projects today with your child.

About the Author

Christine Perry is an avid scrapbooker and has over 10 years of scrapbooking experience. Her favorite scrapbooking subjects are her reluctant teenagers. She invites you to her website, http://www.intoscrapbooking.com for more
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