How to Make a Best Friends Scrapbook

Updated February 21, 2017

You and your friends have shared many memories together over the years. A scrapbook is the best way to capture these recollections for years to come. You can make your own "Best Friends" scrapbook with a few supplies and some simple steps.

Arrange pictures of you and your friends the way you want them on scrapbook pages. You can use blank sheets of paper and arrange the photos yourself, or use preprinted pages with frames to which you attach your pictures (see Resources below).

Glue the pictures to the frames or blank page in the order you arranged them. You can use a glue stick or regular glue. Allow the glue to dry before decorating the page.

Add stickers, stamps, your own drawings and personal memorabilia, such as ticket stubs to movies or concerts you went to together.

Write down the events that took place in the photos. You can hand write them like a journal entry, or type them in special fonts, print them out on a colored card and glue it to the page. Have your friends add their memories, too.

Create different themed pages to capture the special memories you have of you and your friends, such as birthday parties, graduation and vacations you took together.

Place the scrapbook pages into a special album. You can make a decorative label to place on the cover of the album labeled "Best Friends."


If you have a blog or website, you can share pictures and entries from the scrapbook online.

Things You'll Need

  • Pictures
  • Scrapbook pages
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Stickers, stamps and other decorative items
  • Pen, pencil or markers
  • Computer and printer
  • Album
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