Scrapbook Your Facebook Page

 

Sharing photos with friends is a lot of fun, but capturing their comments and reactions to your photos can make it even more special. Here are some tips for scrapbooking a Facebook post.

 

• Use the print screen function on your computer to take a digital screenshot of your post. Since your photo may look pixilated, layer a print of the original on top of the screenshot or digitally replace it in image-editing software.

 

• Take a cue from the website you are featuring. Heather Melzer mimicked the Facebook logo by filling a text box with pink and adding a white “f”.

 

• This same thing can be done with status updates, Twitter feeds, blog posts, etc. If you have some heartwarming or funny comments that you want to share, it’s best to take a screenshot before it gets sent to the archived abyss.

 

SOURCES. Cardstock: Paper Studio. Patterned paper: Fancy Pants Design. Font: Lucida Sans Unicode. Flowers: American Crafts (felt), Making Memories (metal). Glitter brackets:  Jolee’s. Design: Heather Melzer.

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3 Responses to “Scrapbook Your Facebook Page”

  1. [...] See how to scrapbook Facebook pictures and comments here. [...]

  2. How or where did you print the facebook statuses?

  3. Jaden, you can capture your Facebook statuses with a screen shot. Directions vary depending on what type of computer you have, so do a quick Google search. –Lindsay, Scrapbooks Etc. web editor