Give the Gift of Scrapping!

The holidays are quickly approaching and it’s time to make your list and check it twice. It can be so hard to buy gifts for adults since it seems they have everything or anything you can think of is either too personal or could be wasteful. When buying gifts you should consider purchasing things that go along with a person’s hobby. Those are things that are never wasteful and always appreciated. If you are a scarpbooker consider putting scrapping items on your list this year. If you know a scrapbooker or a scrapbooker’s husband or children, send them the message that scrapbook items make great holiday gifts.

If you need some inspiration here is a list of great things to get a scrapbooker for Christmas this year:

Gift Card: A gift card to your local craft store, hobby store or scrapbooking store make the perfect gift. This way your loved one can purchase items she has on her wish list or items for pages she is thinking about doing.

Classes: If you look you will find plenty of classes on different aspects of scrapbooking. Look in your local paper or at your local craft or scrapbooking store. These classes are a great way to learn a new skill and socialize. Any scrapbooking maven would be thrilled to get a class as a gift.

Magazine Subscription or Kit Subscription: Yearly subscriptions are a great way to keep on giving all year long. There are plenty of magazines to choose from in the scrapbooking world. Most are priced under $30 so this makes a great gift on a budget that will bring joy to your loved one every month. Kit subscriptions are another great way to remind your loved one every month how much you appreciate her and her creativity. One site to consider is Paper Posies.

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About Richele McFarlin

Richele is a Christian homeschooling mom to four children, writer and business owner. Her collegiate background is in educational psychology. Although it never prepared her for playing Candyland, grading science, chasing a toddler, doing laundry and making dinner at the same time.