Scrapbooking 1900-1910

Scrapbooking 1900-1910

Creative ways to save and share your family history.

For our turn-of-the-century ancestors, life was a moving experience—from the changing modes of transportation to the millions of immigrants pouring into America. The 1900s and 1910s brought the Wright brothers’ first flight, ragtime and the “Great War.” Bring those decades into your scrapbooks with these elements:

 

Stickers
Look for stickers from Frances Meyer www.francesmeyer.com, Inspire Me www.inspiremescrapbooks.com and Karen Foster Design www.karenfosterdesign.com.

Frames
Decorate delicate heritage photos with frames from Minigraphics www.minigraphics.com.

Die Cuts
Add more character with Accu-Cut’s shoe, hat, glove and umbrella die cuts www.accucut.com.

Color
Numerous, diverse color palettes exist for the first 20 years of the 20th century. The muted hues used by artists such as Pablo Picasso in the Cubist movement blend well with heritage photos and old documents.

Stamps
Choose from products such as Rubber Stampede’s old-fashioned bicycle and ocean liner www.rubberstampede.com.

Paper
Beautiful papers characteristic of the patterns and colors used in the 1900s are available from Minigraphics www.minigraphics.com, K&Company www.kandcompany.com and Anna Griffin www.annagriffin.com.

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