Use Newspaper Clippings and kids art in your Scrapbooks

A popular addition to scrapbook pages is newspaper clippings. Newspaper clippings of birth announcements, team photographs, or favorite celebrities add a personal touch to scrapbook pages

Use Newspaper Clippings and kids art in your Scrapbooks

What you need

Written By Mia LeCron



Instructions

Newspaper contains about 4% lignin. Therefore, yellowing and brittleness of the newspaper paper will eventually occur. However, since the percentage of lignin is low, newspaper will preserve for many years before this deterioration process begins to occur. To further slow this process, use Mylar or page protectors to protect the newspaper from the outside elements.

Various graphics and clip art are available on the Internet. Many of these items can be downloaded or printed for free. Downloading and printing images is a good way to find pictures or photographs of your child’s favorite television character or band for a unique personalized touch. Print these graphics or clipart directly onto lignin-free and acid-free paper.

Kids bring home the greatest creations of macaroni, glitter, and finger paint. Unfortunately, the macaroni bits and glitter is soon all over the floor or eaten by the dog.

To save these creations, without the macaroni and glitter mess, simply scan and print your child’s creations for use in your next scrapbook.

Kid’s art is great for use for kid’s rooms, grandparent scrapbooks, and kid’s scrapbooks. These pictures can be used as backgrounds, as focus items, or as embellishments.

Mia LaCron is the founder of 101-scrapbooking-tidbits.info – devoted to helping individuals record, store, and preserve their most cherished memories via the art of scrapbooking.

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Comments

  1. You could also scan the newspaper and open in psp or ps and use the various filters to add age & character.

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