Robin, my seven, soon to be eight year old grand-daughter is very interested in learning how to scrap book. Her mother is not interested or has the time to help her with this. I have very little experience with the topic. Do you thing she is too young to start? I want to take her to the Archiver's store by us and show her what she can do, but don't know where to begin. I would really like to see her get into scrapbooking, I think she would enjoy it very much. She has her own digital camera. Two of your great-grandmothers recently passed away and I thought it would be nice to get some pictures of both of them and do a fun couple of pages of them for her to remember them by. I can use all the help I can. Thank you
— mkconn, NE on May 24, 2011

It's never too early to start scrapbooking your memories! We R Memory Keepers pocket pages are a great place to start--your granddaughter could slide her photos into the pockets, reserving a few pockets for embellishing with patterned paper, stickers, etc. Or, if she wants to create more traditional scrapbook pages, pick up a page kit or two to get her started! The supplies to make a page (or sometimes several) are all inside the kit. They can be really fast and easy to put together, and are great for anyone starting out (regardless of age!). Better yet, make it an activity the two of you do together--not only will she be proud of the pages she creates, but the two of you will make great memories doing something fun together!