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Memories from Historical Thinkers

Oftentimes after a great event or celebration, filled with memories and good stories, we’re left with the dozens if not hundreds of photos taken. Sometimes it can be difficult to think of a way to store these photos, not to mention the probability they will never see the light of day once they are stored into some photo bin or album. However, there actually is another way to keep your photos in mint condition while still enjoying the memories. Scrapbooking is a fantastic way to organize your photos in an album while also adding bits of information and memorabilia’s obtained from said events to tie everything together into a theme; and we’ve got a great infographic to help you along the way!

Check out this amazing infographic for some great tips on scrapbooking and three cool examples of some icons and what their scrapbooks would have looked like! Leonardo Da Vinci spent his days observing, and recorded more than 13,000 pages of notes and drawings, all which would have most likely been essential components in his scrapbook. Albert Einstein was a brilliant mathematician with an even more colorful childhood; His scrapbook would probably be littered with family photos and educational accomplishments. Lastly, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., a loving father, husband, and political leader would have his scrapbook filled with family joys and events as well as the many accomplishments he achieved, such as winning the Nobel Peace Prize. Whatever inspirations you get from this infographic, be sure to start scrapbooking with your next batch of photos!

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