Each album in the line comes with a seven-day trial membership to Ancestry.com. Also available are heritage-themed papers, a family tree poster and a research guidebook.
The partnership attempts to capitalize on scrapbookers desire to preserve photos and record memoriesand their willingness to spend in the process. An industry survey released in 2004 reported one in four households have a scrapbooker, with 75 percent of them spending at least $25 a month on scrapbooking-related products. The average scrapbooker owns $1,853 worth of supplies. (Do you think she can afford an Ancestry.com subscription?)
Each product from K&Companys Ancestry.com line will set a scrapbooker back another $2.99 to $31.99.