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  • v. Present participle of scrapbook.


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  • You will be creating not only "scrapbooked" hoops, but stylishly fabulous fabric hoops to add some fun to your home decor.

    The love supreme...

  • Then I can go through the "portable" (for crops) forget-me-not file boxes from Stampin 'Up for various events or people I want to scrapbook and once I've scrapbooked the event (say, July 4) I can put the remaining photos I don't use either in a people file (under me or Matt, etc.) or in a photo album.

    Knee deep in photos!

  • Oh yes, I finally scrapbooked my New York trip from 2007!

    Who Knew?

  • I still have stuff from 2004 that needs to be scrapbooked.

    Who Knew?

  • For decades he has composed a meticulous albeit fictitious autobiography that he calls The Chronicles, which has come to 30 scrapbooked volumes of pseudo-history detailing the successful music career he never had.

    Quixotic Obstinance, Quicksilver Memory

  • You know it has been a while since you last scrapbooked when it takes you 3 DAYS to finish one layout.

    Committment issues....

  • It took me a while to get into the groove -- it's been quite a while since I scrapbooked just for fun!

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • And while you're peppering Price with questions, you can always ask her about this scrapbooked photo, which answers the burning question: Just what kind of bedfellows do cartoonists make?

    LIVE CHAT TODAY: 'Rhymes With Orange's' Hilary Price fields your questions

  • I too love to wander the scrapbook section, even though I only scrapbooked for about two months -- then I discovered art quilts.

    Double inchies

  • She tells me, unrepentantly, delightedly, that her daughter's childhood photos are not arranged perfectly in a numbered series of scrapbooked albums.

    Marcus Buckingham: Words Of Wisdom From Strong Women


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