Display your travels
Cute....Instead of scrapbooking! - ruggedthug
Put a picture of the beach you visited in a shadow box frame and fill the bottom with sand (& shells) from that beach. this is such a good idea!
Class reunion centerpiece - Copy pages from your class yearbook with regular paper (not photo paper) Spray adhesive on a sheet of acetate film, place copy of yearbook page on the acetate film and form a cylinder shape. Tape closed with regular tape and decorate with ribbon in your class colors. Place flicker candle in the center and enjoy.
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Restoration Redoux Crafts
Wall Decor: DIY Burlap and Canvas Family Heirloom Wreath ~ display your family pictures.
what to do with all those foreign coins you've saved.
Community Post: You Wish Your Bar Mitzvah Was This Fabulous
Thumbprint Self-Portrait. Would be interesting to add to PL.
Thumbprint Self-Portrait | TeachKidsArt
Do this before throwing out a damaged teddy light coat of paint <-- awesome way to preserve stuffed childhood memories
A Houseboat on the Murray, Mildura
Put a picture of the beach you visited in a shadow box frame and fill the bottom with sand ( shells) from that beach.
More Simple Yet Awesome Craft Ideas
"And the final craft I’m sharing with you are these Travel-Keepsake Kits. If you’re like me, after every vacation you have the best intentions of making a scrapbook but never get around to the sorting, designing, and gluing! So why not try a wooden keepsake box instead?" (Or a decorated cigar box?) From Martha Stewart Living March 2013 Issue - Travel-Keepsake Kit
Keep tickets, pictures and other travel memorabilia in crafted Travel Keepsake Boxes!
Martha Stewart Living - March Issue Crafts - A Night Owl Blog
Old keys from previous homes as decoration and a memory keepsake.
Our family rock garden. And you can add more rocks as your family grows... love this!
Family Rock Garden - Natural Keepsakes - The Gardening Cook
This is so cool! I have a number of family theme slides that would be fun to display like this... P
DIY: Frame grandma's handwritten recipes in a salvaged window. This is a great idea.
this is a Family Tree shadow box but I am thinking I could do something like this on a scrapbook page. IDEA!!!!!