World Scrapbooking Day
World Scrapbooking Day is held on May 2. This event in the first decade of the month May is annual. Help us
Many people think that scrapbooking is a recent phenomenon, but the history of albums, recognizable as something that we’d call a scrapbook today, dates back to not only before the invention of photography – but also to before the origin of the word “scrapbook” itself. Proving that old ideas can be new again, the newest form of scrapbooking has roots in one of the oldest.
Remember the basic trick to storing photos and scrapbook albums is to keep them in cool, dry places. That’s the basic storage advice and it applies to scrapbooking. Before working on a layout, please keep your hands clean. Oils from your skin can leave imprints on photos that will become apparent over time. One way is to handle the photos by holding onto their edges.
Similar holidays and events, festivals and interesting facts
World Photo Day on August 19 (Founded in 2009 by Australian photographer Korske Ara. The date was chosen to honor the day the French government acquired a patent for the daguerreotype, an early photographic process);
Museum Selfie Day on January 17 (Held on the third Wednesday of January);
EuroMayDay on May 1 (unites the theme of instability in the labor collectives of many countries of Western Europe);
World Password Day on May 2 (first Thursday of May);
International Sauvignon Blanc Day on May 3 (The First Annual Sauvignon Blanc Day was celebrated in 2009. Celebrated always on the first Friday in May)