Tuesday, 4 December 2012

To smash or not to smash

You may, like me, be unfamiliar with the world of scrap booking, but you may be interested in a huge phenomenon that is sweeping the scrap booking world - Smash books. I may be underwhelmed by scrap booking but I do like journalling and collecting receipts, tickets and other things from my travels. which makes me think that the smash book could be for me, or more specifically for our trip to Cambodia.

What do you think?


  1. It is a very good way of marketing what people have been doing for ages! I have one and I didn't pay for a pricey book or sexy glue. But it is a really fun way of collecting souvenirs. Do it!

  2. Looks like a notebook, gel pen(s), prit stick, scissors, sticky tape and postit markers and you are sorted! All available at many stationery stores, newsagents, supermarkets. Gel Pens come in many colours to add to the fun. Definitely something to do on your trip - so much more fun when you are telling us all about it if you can show us the bits-and-bobs at the same time.

  3. I like the idea of scrap booking, especially for particular events or trips to put all the tickets/receipts into as well as photos, but I don't think you need this book to do it. However for someone first starting out doing scrap books it might be useful because it's got all the stuff with it.