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Linda M. (duchessofdp) reviewed Chicken Soup for the Scrapbooker's Soul : Stories to Remember . . . (Chicken Soup for the Soul) on
Helpful Score: 2
This is a very "light", easy to read book. Being an avid scrapbooker and stamper I've loved the stories of how others have used scrapbooks in their lives. Besides being uplifting, there are some great ideas for scrapbooks in here as well.
This is a great read. Besides being a fan of the Chicken Soup books, I have been a scrapbooker for over 10 years. The stories inspired me time after time and reminded me how beautiful and rewarding my craft is. This is a must for any scrapbooker.
I'm pretty indifferent about this book. The first collection of stories in the first chapter was basically justifying hording! All ho hum and repetitive or same theme of "I love scrapbooking!". However, if you dig into the book there are some actual stories that really shake you to the core and question everyday things such as: uncaptured memories, photos without explanation, sudden death, last good byes, reuniting long lost loves or friendships, support groups, and things of that nature.
Really good stories are buried deep in this. I sorta wished the people who put this book together edited this down and got rid of a lot of redundant stories or somehow added some of the actual scrap-booker's art into this no-brainer titled book.