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Here is a layout from my early days of scrapbooking {ahem, just 2 years ago} using "heritage" photos. You know, those photos that are a piece of your history. Well, I know that technically, these photos are not all that old, but I'm using them to prove a point.

Just dig out some photos, today, and create a layout with a story you don't want to forget.


If you're at a loss for where to start or how to lay out your page, I'd like to tell you about one of Ella Publishing's newest eBooks, How to Scrapbook Your Personal Heritage by Wendy Smedley and Aby Garvey.


AND, I've got a copy to give away to one lucky reader. 


:: To enter, let me know which of Ella's eBooks interests you the most. You can review the eBook selections here
:: Earn another entry by telling me which heritage photo you would like to scrap, if you could just find the time.

Leave a separate comment for each entry. This giveaway is open until Wednesday, March 2, 2011 at 8:00 pm EST. I'll announce the winner shortly thereafter. I'll also share another layout using a heritage photo inspired by one of the layouts in this eBook.

Good luck!

31 comments

  1. grazie...a me piacerebbe questo
    Time to Scrapbook!

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  2. and I have the cutest baby photos to scrap ;)

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  3. Besides this E-book, I would love to have Double-Page Design. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. A heritage photo I would love to scrap is my mother's quinces photo. I want it to look perfect.

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  5. lovely.
    I like the Journaling Matters as I recently started journaling!

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  6. Well, I have all of Ella's books, so I will say Personal Heritage is the one I want most!

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  7. Pictures of my mom are what I most want to scrapbook .... she passed away two years ago and I just can't do it. But I know I have to.

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  8. 20 Simple Secrets...I think that's the title... looks super and inspiring... Thanks!

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  9. I really like this one, personal heritage is so important!
    hanibee8@hotmail.com

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  10. I would love the scrap some of the pictures and mementos I have of old foster kids, some were only in our lives for a few weeks, but they still mean the world to me :-)
    hanibee8@hotmail.com

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  11. I'd love the stretch your sketches book

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  12. I have some great pictures from high school that would be fun to scrapbook...are those "heritage" enough? It's been a looonnngg time since high school! ha.

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  13. The heritage book would be perfect! My daughter has recently begun researching our family tree and this would be a great tool for scrapping the results!

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  14. The picture I would like to scrap-my mom and her twin sister as babies.

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  15. Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [28 Feb 12:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

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  16. I have a bunch of EllaBooks that I LOVE, but my next choice would be either this (Personal Heritage) ot the Double-page book.

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  17. And what photos would I scrap? I'd love to scrap pics from the trip I and my parents did to Spain when I was three. Unfortunately there are none. :( They hade bought a new kind of film featuring 72 photos in one, but the camera could manage it, so all photos were taken at the same frame...

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  18. Apart from this one I would really like Double-page design and Stretch your Sketches.

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  19. I would really like to scrap my Parents' wedding pictures.

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  20. Wow, they have lots of fabulous eBooks. If I had to choose just one, I would choose the UR2 Cre8ive.

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  21. I haven't been scrapbooking lately...well for quite a while. My grandma just passed away mid-February and I have a picture of her as a young woman that I would love to scrapbook. It is so beautiful, though, I'm scared no page I create will do it justice!

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  22. I love this one and Double page Design :D

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  23. And as for photos...I have the perfect one from my parents' wedding

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  24. I think they all look really cool, but the Ella's Essential Guide to Scrapbooking Girls would be great to have!

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  25. I heritage photos I would love to scrap would be my parent's wedding photos!

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  26. Having 2 boys, I would say the scrapbooking boys book is most fitting for me!

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  27. I'd love to have time to scrapbook my childhood friends - the ones I still keep in touch with. It would make a great gift for them (and myself!)

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  28. Great giveaway!
    I would love the 40 Top Tips for taking photographs!

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  29. Aside from the ones I already own, I'd say Scrapbooking Boys and Journaling that Matters and Double Page Design. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  30. Heritage photos to scrap? Ones of my grandparents - so many happy memories of them to share and so many interesting parts about their lives.

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