The words or stories you add to your scrapbook pages.
Recording thoughts freely expressed in the privacy of our writing; open sharing on paper of thoughts and impressions. Frequently the free-flow triggers latent knowledge and thoughts to be lifted into recognition by the conscious mind. May precipitate an opening awareness or experience from the right hemisphere of the brain.
Journaling is the process of recording anything that may be able to be used to annotate Scrapbooking items including thoughts, feelings, recollections, emotions, memories, statements, song lyrics, poems and expressions etc. Just as you may use a diary to record personal events and thoughts, journaling is everything and anything you have to say about the items and memories in your scrapbook. Journaling will provide you with the amusing anecdotes and notes to help you remember your scrapbooking entries more vividly.
Writing and recording historical facts, memories, thoughts, feelings and emotions in a scrapbook album. Text on a scrapbook page giving details about the photographs. It can be done in your own handwriting or with adhesive letters, rub-ons, or computer generated font. It is probably the most important part of memory albums.
Hand-written or computer generated on a scrapbook page that usually tells the story of what's going on in the photos.
One of the most key essential elements in a scrapbook is journaling. This is when you write about the who, what, when, and where type information for the photographs. Journaling is also a time when you can record special memories, emotions, and other happenings.
The process of writing and recording historical facts, memories, thoughts, feelings and emotions in a scrapbook album.
The words you write in your scrapbook. This can include captions, long descriptions, poems or stories.
Written or typed words for a scrapbook to describe to photo or the event the photo depicts.
Written text or story on a scrapbook page that provides additional details about the event, emotions, or photographs. Can be handwritten, computer-printed, or completed with stickers or stamps. Develop your own personal style or use a variety of methods.
What most scrapbookers consider the hardest part of scrapbooking! Journaling is the written part of your page, from long stories to quotes to short captions.
Words on scrapbook pages. They can be small captions or sayings, poems, stories, long descriptions, or even music lyrics.
Keeping a record of the who, what, when, where and how! One of the most important steps in keeping a scrapbook.
The words or stories you add to your scrapbook. Very important element of scrapbooking, as it tells what's going on in the photos. Words will be valuable to people years from now who weren't around when the photos were taken.
Documenting the meaning behind the photos and layout. This is so important -- and we dare you to use your own handwriting every once in awhile. You won't regret it
Any words you write in your book or on the scrapbook page, from titles and captions to long descriptions, poems or stories.
Journaling is a technique for reducing stress by writing about stressful events in your life.