What does the National Archives and Records Adminstration have in common with Paper Crafting?

Did you know that today, in the year 1934 the National Archives and Records Adminstration was established?  The NARA was formed to be the nation's record keeper, to keep valuable records and to preserve them for us and for our future generations to be able to learn about our history.

Isn't it nice that we (paper crafters) are archivist too? We are able to do the same type of historical recording keeping of our family and friends through scrapbooking.  Like the NARA, we archive those special events that occur in our lives through photos, letters, in scrapbooks, through traditional scrapbooking or through digital scrapbooking. 

Speaking of digital scrapbooking, did you know that Stampin' Up! is offering a 30-day FREE trial of "My Digital Studio Express"…yes, FREE? You can try your hand at digital scrapbooking for free, no risk…why not try it today!

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Thanks for stopping at the Corner,

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