Scrapbook The Relationships Between Grandmas and Grandchildren

by Joannie McBride

By scrapbooking about your grandmothers, you help you and future generations to know about their grandmothers. A wonderful way to make sure this happens is to record the visits to grandma's and all the magical memories shared together. Use this idea below to capture a relationship between one or more grandma's and your child.

Scrapbook the Relationships Between Grandmas and Grandchildren

There's just no measuring the amount of joy I feel knowing that my son has not only a grandma, but a nana too! He loves spending time with both of them, and special memories are made each and every time we visit. If you're fortunate to also be loved by two grandmothers, consider creating a layout that highlights them both and include memories of each of their homes.


Visits with Grandma and Nana by Joannie McBride. Supplies: Cardstock, stickers, and trim: My Mind's Eye; Patterned paper: Cosmo Cricket, My Mind's Eye, and October Afternoon; Punch: EK Success; Brads: American Crafts and My Mind's Eye; Sheet protectors: Avery; Buttons: Studio Calico; Adhesive: Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L; Other: Staples.

And don't forget to check out our ideas for scrapbooking grandma's special family recipes.

For more ideas for scrapbooking your memories with your grandma, check out the September 2011 issue of Creating Keepsakes magazine.

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Grandma's rock
This is neat. We need to help them remember by starting now.
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