All the World's A Page: Online Scrapbooking
I have been carrying on a love affair with paper and ink scrapbooks since my grandmother showed me how fun and creative they could be when I was in 4th grade. However, I realize that we are now in the 21st century. Everyone owns the latest gadget and wants a fast, easy way to share their photos, stories, and experiences with friends and family, whether they're 5 minutes or 5 hours away. I am finally allowing myself to be dragged (kicking and screaming just a little bit) into the age of technology and will now be offering Online Scrapbooks at All the World's A Page.
Why online scrapbooks?
- Eliminate photoprinting costs
- Endless layout options
- Incorporate videos, slideshows, scanned memorabilia, and other multi-media platforms into your scrapbook.
- Invite others to actively participate in your travels via comments if you decide to add a blog format to your scrapbook.
- Easily share your completed scrapbook with family and friends by sending them a link. They can instantly view your pictures and stories anywhere they have internet access.
I'm glad you asked! I have a fabulous work sample for you to peruse. I recently completed an online scrapbook using Weebly for my parents' 30th anniversary trip to Italy. They spent a fabulous 21 days on a Rick Steves trip exploring Rome, Florence, Venice, and everywhere in between. Check it out at palmersinitaly.weebly.com. I had so much fun putting this scrapbook together and I'd love your feedback. As you can see as you click through the pages, the layout options are plentiful and there are a lot of choices when it comes to the overall look of the website.
Speaking of my parents, here they are:
That's great! Head to All the World's A Page and you will find more information about my process and pricing. Feel free to reach out to me with any questions by posting a comment below, or send me an email via the Contact page.
I can't express how excited I am to be offering this new product. I hope to collaborate with some of my readers very soon! Isn't it wonderful to create?