Here's a new layout using my February Counterfeit Kit that I shared yesterday. I've been thinking a lot lately how many scrap layouts that I have of my husband and myself, of the family members and friends I'm closest too, and how I need to scrap more of the extended family members as I am the main scrapbooker/ photographer/historian in the family.
This layout is of my grandparents as they started their life together. Journaling: "Frieda and Ray were forever sweethearts. They married in the 1940's and raised 4 girls, one would become my mother. They lived a long life, always together, side by side."
Journaling Prompts and Links for February
To help me with my goal of scrapbooking about the extended members and even ancestors of my family, I am researching journaling prompts that I want to use this month. Here are some of my findings:
|Family Folklife Interview Prompts: Topics include Everyday Family Life, Celebrating/Fun, |
Good/Bad Times, Community, and Migration
- Click on the image above for Family Folklife Interview Prompts
Writing Your Family's History » General Resources: a list of useful links to help your writing
- Adding Detail to Your Narrative (ancestry.com)
- Tips to Get Started on Keeping Personal Histories
- Writing Family History - Free Independent Study Course at BYU
- Internet Genealogy, Level 2 - Lesson 5: Family History, Part I: The Mechanics of Writing Your Family History
- A Fun Family History Writing Project - Seven Chapters in Your Life Story
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