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[mass noun] The activity or hobby of making scrapbooks.
- ‘Many shop in the growing sections of arts and crafts stores that are dedicated to scrapbooking.’
- ‘I think the idea of scrapbooking is a truly interesting one, and is an easy and accessible method for people to express themselves.’
- ‘As an industry, scrapbooking took in $2.55 billion in 2003, the latest year for which figures are available.’
- ‘Scrapbooking helps us to remember that our life is our art.’
- ‘In the past year or so I've really gotten into scrapbooking.’
- ‘For the past few months, I have avoided the art of scrapbooking completely.’
- ‘Design teachers need to be aware of scrapbooking.’
- ‘What better way to capture the entire event than by scrapbooking the event into a bound book that will last for decades?’
- ‘Scrapbooking is not now, nor has it ever been about achieving design excellence.’
- ‘Scrapbook stores and the internet are also good sources of information about scrapbooking and bookbinding.’
- ‘She pointed to how a scissors company had created a community not based on scissors but rather based on how people used scissors, in this case scrapbooking.’
- ‘Always scan old photographs and have the scans printed for use in scrapbooking.’
- ‘There are so many books, DVD's, software programs, scrapbook stores, and internet sites dedicated to scrapbooking that anyone can do it.’
- ‘I also enjoy cross-stitching, baking and scrapbooking.’
- ‘Scrapbooking has only been around for about 10 years in it's current incarnation.’
- ‘Today, creating photo albums has become an art form known as scrapbooking.’
- ‘Here are some Easter photograph ideas for scrapbooking.’
- ‘Scrapbooking, like stamping, is both a social and individual activity.’
- ‘Easter is a great time to capture family photographs for scrapbooking.’
- ‘I actually did some scrapbooking yesterday for the very first time in a very loooooong time!’
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