Making a scrapbook can be a fun and creative way to preserve memories, organise and present photographs of a family trip, or tell a story. Scrapbooking enthusiasts can take their craft to the next level by creating online scrapbooks to share with friends and family all over the globe. Many websites that offer services for creating high-quality scrapbooks for print or DVD also offer options for free scrapbooks. Of course, there are also websites that are dedicated to providing users with free scrapbook options.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
Things you need
- Digital photos
Select a website that offers free scrapbook options. Use keywords like "free" or "basic" when searching to help ensure you will find a site that offers these options.
Read through the website's home page briefly. Look for signs that the website offers free services, as it is possible that the website used the keyword "free" to attract more viewers.
Sign up for an account if the website requires membership. Read the terms carefully to make sure you are signing up for a free account. Do not continue using the website if signing up for an account requires any form of payment.
Finding the Right Website
Start a new scrapbook. All websites are different, but most will usually give you helpful visuals for getting started, such as a large "Click here to start" button.
Select a design or template that matches the type of project you wish to do.
Upload your photos into the scrapbook following the website's directions.
Add any captions or other elements to your page.
Read through your newly created scrapbook when you are finished adding photos and details. Be sure to make any desired changes as you read through the book from start to finish.
Follow the website's instructions for publishing your scrapbook.
Creating The Scrapbook
Tips and warnings
- Previewing several design templates before settling on a particular design will help ensure you've found the right template for your particular project.
- Read all options carefully. Some options require a small to moderate fee for uploading or saving your projects.
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