We frequently share scrapbooking ideas for storytelling at Get It Scrapped. Here’s a closer look at six recent storytelling articles.
Follow the links below to team members’ personal blogs and youtube channels where you can see extended technique, storytelling, and product details about layouts accompanying our storytelling articles.
1. Tell A Story with Numbers
You can use numbers to tell a story with a powerful and organized message. Read Scrapbooking Ideas for Telling A Story with Numbers and see more details about how scrapbook layouts in the article were made:
- A Story Told with Numbers by Marie-Pierre Capistran
- Get It Scrapped | 5070 by Ashley Horton
2. Tell a Story with a Photo Series
Some stories can be told with one photo and others are best revealed with a series of photos. Read When a Photo Series is the Best Storytelling Approach and see more details on scrapbook layouts made for the article:
- Get It Scrapped: Photos in a Series by Christy Strickler
- Photo Sequence by Terry Billman
3. Tell a Story with Haiku Journaling
Haiku is a form of poetry that’s well-suited for sharing a moment of life that has moved you. Read Pair Your Photo with Haiku Journaling to Evoke a Moment, and see more details on scrapbook layouts made for the article:
- Haiku by Michelle Houghton
- Get It Scrapped: Photo + Haiku by Susanne Brauer
- Get It Scrapped: Haiku Journaling by Christy Strickler
4. Tell a Story with Photos of Objects
While much storytelling is done with photos of people, the well-chosen and well-pictured object can be a springboard for your next scrapbook page story. Read Storytelling on the Scrapbook Page with Photos of Objects, and see more details on scrapbook layouts made for the article:
- Scrapbooking with Photos of Objects by Sian Fair
- Signature Bear by Kristy T
5. Tell Your Love Story
Are you a sucker for a good love story?! Then why not get yours recorded on a scrapbook page. Read It’s a Love Story | Scrapbook Ideas for Telling Your Love Story and see more details on scrapbook layouts made for the article:
- Love Story (Scrapbook Process Video) by Katie Scott
- He Was a Boy, She Was a Girl by Marie-Pierre Capistran
- It’s A Love Story by Terry Billman
6. Tell a Story with Selfies
Challenge yourself to take a photo of yourself–a “selfie”–and use it to tell your story. Read Scrapbooking Ideas for Getting Your Story Told with Selfies and see more details on scrapbook layouts made for the article:
- Selfies by Michelle Houghton
- 52 Weeks Selfie Challenge by Audrey Tan
Which storytelling approach will you try out first?
Are you feeling inspired to use one of these ideas in your next layout? Or have you tried out one of these storytelling approaches in your scrapbook pages recently? What did you think? Let us know below.