Baby Scrapbooking: A Great Idea for all Parents
Scrapbooking is an all-around crafting phenomenon, by no means limited to proud parents and proud grandparents. It seems that scrapbooking is attractive even to people who never considered themselves to be crafty before, it's the kind of anti-crafter's craft as well as a crafter's craft. What better inspiration to start a baby scrapbooking project? Everyone goes gaga over baby photos, right? Making a baby scrapbooking album is even cuter, somehow, than putting the photos into a baby photo album.
How to Make One
Thankfully for those of us with not too much crafting talent and little to no drawing ability, the scrapbooking industry has recognized the huge market for baby scrapbooking and has responded with an absolute wealth of scrapbooking supplies that lend themselves perfectly to making scrapbooks of all those new pictures of the most popular person in the family: a new baby.
Starting with a special baby scrapbooking album, one can go on to choose specialty papers as backgrounds that are obviously meant to be used for baby pictures. The options are not limited; there are more paper designs and more albums than one could ever need. Surely, if every new baby scrapbooking album identical to their neighbor's, it wouldn't be so fun to look at, hence the vast variety of scrapbooking materials made for baby's albums.
Any major crafting store will have a decent selection of scrapbooking supplies. These stores are a good place to start collecting things to make a scrapbook, whether it's for a baby or not. Other great resources where you can find a multitude of scrapbooking supplies are specialty scrapbooking stores that have popped up only in the last decade in order to meet the needs of scrapbookers across the country.
Of course, there's also the internet. Many scrapbookers swear that they find more and more of their supplies on the internet each year. While your local crafting store, or even your local scrapbooking store, might have a lot of supplies, you're apt to find even more variety on the internet. If a store carries only 20 different layouts of a particular sticker line, you can be sure that on the internet you will find the other 80 layouts and many, many more lines of stickers.
Baby scrapbooking is no exception to this rule. Proud parents are having lots of fun making albums of their babies, and the internet is certainly one of their largest resources in finding the scrapbooking supplies that they need and want for their albums.