by Sandy Lewis
This month, we challenged ourselves to scrap a childhood memory. It did not matter if we had photos or not. The important thing for this challenge was to scrap the memory. That can be done by finding a photo that represents the memory, just writing the memory, or by creating art that reminds one of the memory. I think it is important to remember that photos, although a major element of scrapbooking, need not always be present to capture a special memory. E-ScapeandScrap.net has many, many kits that can help you tell your stories. Our examples will show you a few. Why don’t you give it a try?