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How to Make a Heritage Album for Mother’s Day - Part 2


 We talked about making a heritage album for your special matron for Mother’s Day 2016 in a previous blog post. In this blog post, we’re going to talk the specifics of creating a Mother’s Day heritage album!

1. Choose the Book

This is going to be your mom, grandmother, or sister’s brag book, so you’ll want to choose something elegant that suits her personality and likes. While the contents of the book are what make it so special, the foundation is equally important! Consider the size, paper type and durability of the album.

2. Create the Album

Now that you’ve chosen the book you want to use, it’s time to create the heritage album. You’ll want to group photos together using an organised approach. For instance, you could lay them out based on timeline, or you could group photos of each family member together on separate pages. Take your time choosing your images and uploading them to create a beautiful heritage album.

3. Personalize Her Heritage Album

Now that you’ve chosen her album and uploaded/placed all of your desired photographs, it’s time to personalise it even further. Add colour with backgrounds, a suitable typeface and clip art-type imagery and add captions to each page to put the finishing touches on her heritage album!


The time put into creating a heritage album for your matron this Mother’s Day will be well spent, we can assure you that! Check out RapidStudio’s albums and more to find the perfect heritage album. 

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