I’ve argued elsewhere that scrapbooking is for the scrapbooker first and only secondarily for family if at all. But then there is this pesky mixed-message that I hear mostly from industry-workers: it doesn’t have to be perfect because you’re kids are not going to care if its perfect, just happy that the family’s memories are scrapbooked. Thoughts?
Stephanie Medley-Rath is a sociologist and scrapbooker who studies scrapbooking and memory keeping. Scrapworthy Lives is a blog focused on her sociological analysis of scrapbooking, with a sprinkling of posts about Stephanie's own scrapbooking projects.