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Scrapbooks

Explore 56 projects, 28 articles, 27 galleries, 29 videos, and more

Baby Boy Brag Book

Steps:4
Materials
  • 12-by-12-inch baby boy multimedia pad by Martha Stewart Crafts
  • Pastel craft seam binding pack by Martha Stewart Crafts
  • 12-by-12-inch cornflower meadow craft stock by Martha Stewart Crafts
  • Blue felt applique stickers by Martha Stewart Crafts
  • Binder hole edge punch by Martha Stewart Crafts
  • Scallop dot edge punch by Martha Stewart Crafts
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Doily Stencil

Steps:3
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Souvenir Box

Steps:3
Gathering and displaying a few treasured things from a trip to France and a vacation in Italy recall the exciting days spent traveling.
Materials
  • Wooden box with sliding lid
  • Glass cut to lid size
  • Utility knife
  • Balsa wood
  • Small paintbrushes
  • Wood glue
  • Fluid acrylic paint
  • Craft glue, museum wax, or pins
  • Materials tip: To exhibit keepsakes that are best displayed standing up rather than mounted, begin with a wooden box that has a sliding lid. Replace the lid with glass (cut to size by a framer).
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Accordion-Style Travelogue

Steps:4
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Personalized Postcards

Steps:2
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Pet-Adoption Announcement

Steps:4
Other Ideas:
Pet projects, Templates
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No-Sew Fabric Pet Portrait

Steps:7
Other Ideas:
Animals, Pet projects
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Postcard Pages

Steps:4
Postcards provide glimpses into long-ago adventures, and their dashed-off notes are lasting links to family and friends. Design a scrapbook just for them, complete with windows revealing the front and back of each card. Ours are framed, labeled, and dated.
Materials
  • Pages from a post- or ring-bound scrapbook
  • Colored paper
  • Double-sided tape
  • Border template
  • Utility knife
  • Clear adhesive photo corners
  • Archival glue stick
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Family Dessert Book

Steps:3
When you were young, cookies, birthday cakes, and holiday treats may have seemed to appear magically from your mother's kitchen. Now you know they took time, planning, and recipes. Preserve those memories by gathering your favorite dessert recipes into a book to share with your siblings.
Materials
  • Paper
  • Baker's twine
  • Sewing needle
  • Bone folder
  • Optional: Archival adhesive
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