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Scrapbooking is so popular, and a scrapbooking party works great for both an adults or a teen party theme. It is also a very popular slumber party idea (for adults and teens!)
Here are some helpful hints for planning your own party, along with a handy supply list.
First, decide exactly what you'll be scrapbooking at the party. Will guests bring their own photos, or will you provide something? One group got together after appearing in a play and had a scrapbooking party, with photos already collected, printed, and ready to be cropped and put into albums. Depending on your group, you my need to provide scrapbooking pages, or even little photo albums for each guest.
You don't have to limit yourself to scrapbooking photos. Scrapbooking your favorite recipes is another fun idea for those who like to cook or for cooking theme parties.
If your guests don't have their own, provide an assortment of all the tools needed - including scissors, markers, colored pencils, scrapbook papers, photo safe glue sticks, stickers, etc. (see a list below)
Make sure you have enough space for everyone and the projects you'll be doing.
Serve snacks that won't be messy - pretzels work great. Best to set up snacks in a different area. Check out these , they are great as finger foods when you don't want your hands to get too messy.
Hat Game - This is a fun game, because you can do it while working on your scrapbooking craft. Have a wacky hat for someone to wear. Whenever someone asks to be passed a specific item, they have to wear the hat. At different intervals when a timer goes off, give a prize to the person wearing the hat!
Award prizes for who completes the most pages or have secret vote for who has the most creative page.
Scrapbooks can be created for a memory of just one specific event. For example, at a sleepover, the girls took photos from the time they got there until they went to bed. Parents then printed out the photos and the next morning each of the girls got a copy of the set of photos, and had little photos albums and stickers to assemble memory albums of the event. Plan a sleepover scrapbooking activity with these slumber party ideas.
Here is a list of supplies you might want to gather for a scrapbooking party:
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