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All girl scrapbook pages : the growing up years.

Contributor(s): Memory Makers Books.
Publisher: Denver, Colo. : Cincinnati, Ohio : Memory Makers Books ; Distributed to the trade and art markets by F&W Publications, 2004Edition: 1st ed.Description: 112 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9781892127358.Report number: AN-FALL/04Other title: Memory makers all girl scrapbook pages : the growing up years.Subject(s): Girls -- Portraits | Photograph albums | Photographs -- Conservation and restoration | ScrapbooksAbstract: The first-ever scrapbooking book to focus solely on girls, "All Girl Scrapbook Pages shows readers how to display and celebrate these big events and more! Through 150 page ideas, this book teaches numerous techniques appropriate for any level. Album theme ideas unique to girls allow busy scrapbookers to accomplish projects quickly. In addition, readers receive tips on using journaling and photo documentation to keep track of every milestone in a daughter's-, or granddaughter's, life.
List(s) this item appears in: Hobbies/Crafts
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Includes index.

The first-ever scrapbooking book to focus solely on girls, "All Girl Scrapbook Pages shows readers how to display and celebrate these big events and more! Through 150 page ideas, this book teaches numerous techniques appropriate for any level. Album theme ideas unique to girls allow busy scrapbookers to accomplish projects quickly. In addition, readers receive tips on using journaling and photo documentation to keep track of every milestone in a daughter's-, or granddaughter's, life.

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