Scrapbooking the 1800s

Scrapbooking the 1800s

The 19th century brought us today's most integral element of heritage albums: photography. Complement the unique look of your family's early photos with these 1800s-style scrapbook products: Album This fabric-covered scrapbook from Timeless Tapestry www.timelesstapestry.com makes a great home for pre-1900s scrapbook pages. Paper Look for papers to...

The 19th century brought us today’s most integral element of heritage albums: photography. Complement the unique look of your family’s early photos with these 1800s-style scrapbook products:

Album
This fabric-covered scrapbook from Timeless Tapestry www.timelesstapestry.com makes a great home for pre-1900s scrapbook pages.

Paper
Look for papers to represent 1800s styles and colors from Anna Griffin www.annagriffin.com and K & Co. www.kandcompany.com.

Stickers
Enhance the look of 1800s photographs with K & Co.’s adhesive photo corners www.kandcompany.com and Mrs. Grossman’s Paper Whispers lace www.mrsgrossmans.com.

Extras
Add laser-cut frames and embellishments from Gina Bear www.ginabear.com for touches of elegance. Gold photo corners, Rubber Stampede’s nostalgic train and buggy stamps www.rubberstampede.com and Fiskars’ Victorian Paper Edgers www.fiskars.com also fit the era.

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