Let’s face it: we live in a digital world. Sharing photos is as easy as posting them on sites like Snapfish, Flickr and Facebook. But, there’s still something to be said for good, old-fashioned pictures in a photo album – and the art of scrapbooking.
Thanks to digital cameras, snapping and choosing photos is a breeze. Unfortunately, many of these photos wind up stored on a computer. Even those lucky – or important – enough to be printed, sometimes end up piling up in boxes at the back of a closet, forgotten.
Well, now is the time to gather and sort through all of your memories, and think about putting them together in a scrapbook. Scrapbooking is an art form that’s easy to approach. Crafting stores have a variety of colored/decorative papers, stamps, stickers and other embellishments that make it easy to bring your scrapbook to life. And, adhesive products, like double-stick Duck® brand Easy Stick® adhesive rollers, allow you to quickly – and cleanly – assemble photos and memorabilia on the pages.
To get started, it’s important to consider for whom you are making the scrapbook and what you’d like to focus the theme on.
There are a few other things to do with duck tape, you can make purses, cover your phone case, cover and create your own head bands, decorate your book covers and much more. To find more information pleAse click here