Scrapbooking is a great way to keep mementos in an organized way, whether these tokens be photographs, greeting cards, newspaper clippings, and even ticket stubs. For moms, scrapbooking is a great way to keep track of their kids' growing years: from the time of their birth until college. Imprints of a baby’s palms and soles, photos of a child’s first step, and art works previously exhibited at the fridge are just some of the priceless keepsakes a mom can place in a scrapbook.
If you are a stay-at-home mom and loves scrapbooking, a nice way to expand your scrapbooking supplies without spending too much is to work with fellow moms in your neighborhood and form a scrapbooking club. With a club, you can share finances to buy scrapbooking supplies wholesale and spend much-needed bucks as compared to buying them for individual use only. All of you will also have a wide range of choices for scrapbook themes, and you won't need to recycle theme ideas over and over again.
Start interest in your club by hanging posters or handing out flyers in your neighborhood. You can also go door-to-door and ask moms personally if they are interested. A convenient way to get more moms interested in your club is through social media. Once you have members, you'll see that scrapbooking is more fun and economical as a group activity.