You Are Awesome - Rachel Lowe

January 29, 2023

You Are Awesome - Rachel Lowe

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Uniquely Creative Products Used:

  • UCE1956 Cork Sheet
  • UCP2498 Teacher Appreciation
  • UCP2491 Numerical Equation
  • UCP2497 Top of the Class
  • Cut-a-part sheets
  • UCE 6X4 Pocket pack
  • UCP2501 Creative cuts
  • UCD2090 Globe Die

Other Products Used:  

  • Trimmer
  • Adhesives
  • Scissors
  • Foam Dots

 Artist:  Rachel Lowe


As a parent, you'll want to capture and preserve the memories of your child's school years, and what better way to do it than with a scrapbook? School photos are a great way to document your child's growth and accomplishments throughout their academic journey. In this post, we'll explore some tips and tricks on how to scrapbook your kids' school photos.

  1. Gather All Your Photos

The first step to scrapbooking your child's school photos is to gather them all in one place. Collect all the class photos, individual portraits, and any other photos that capture special school moments, like a school play or field day. This will make it easier to plan out your scrapbook pages.

  1. Choose Your Scrapbooking Kit

Scrapbooking kits are a great option for those who are new to scrapbooking or those who want a more streamlined process. Our kits often include paper, stickers, and other embellishments that complement each other and can be used together. Look for scrapbooking kits that suit your child's interests and style such as our Class in Session Scrapbooking Kit.


  1. Use Scrapbooking Adhesive

Scrapbooking adhesive is essential for keeping your photos and embellishments in place. Our high-quality adhesive are acid-free and photo-safe. Adhesive options include glue dots, tape runners, and liquid glue. Experiment with different types to find the one that works best for you.


  1. Get Creative with Embellishments

Embellishments can add interest and depth to your scrapbook pages. Craft rhinestones, stickers, and die-cuts are just a few options. Try incorporating embellishments that complement your theme or your child's interests. For example, if your child is a sports fan, you could use sports-themed stickers or die-cuts on their sports team photo.


  1. Use Scrapbooking Tape

Scrapbooking tape is a versatile tool that can be used to create borders or frames for your photos. Washi tape, in particular, is a popular option due to the variety of patterns and colors available. You can also use scrapbooking tape to create pockets for memorabilia like report cards or certificates.

In conclusion, scrapbooking your child's school photos is a great way to preserve memories and celebrate their academic journey. By gathering all your photos, choosing a scrapbooking kit, using scrapbooking adhesive, getting creative with embellishments, and using scrapbooking tape, you can create a beautiful and meaningful scrapbook that your child will cherish for years to come. Check out scrapbooking kits in Australia to get started on your project and have fun exploring different ways to make your scrapbook pages stand out.


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