Scrapbooking with Leeza -

Scrapbooking with Leeza

Scrapbooking can be a fun and rewarding family pastime, and our very own Leeza Gibbons is a seasoned expert and published author on the subject!

"Scrapbooking has been big in my family for years—which is why I wrote a book about it," says Leeza. "And now I'm part of a team that's creating new and innovative materials to help other families explore scrapbooking."

Leeza says that scrapbooking can help you focus on dreams and making them come true. One idea is a wish book to help people visualize what they want and where they want to be in their lives.

"You can have it really narrow if you're wishing for a vacation and you could put all your inspiration here. If you wanted to wish for a new house or whatever, or wish to be more patient, wish to be a better dancer. Is that just my wish? Projecting! I love the idea that this can be as many or as few pages as you want," says Leeza.

And the nice thing about doing something like that is that you can document the steps along the way. It's nice to have a book to come back to so you can appreciate your work.

So remember, with scrapbooking and memory keeping, the idea is just to get started and remember it's all about you!

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